Statutory guidance review: youth bodies set out the case for change

Derren Hayes
Thursday, January 2, 2020

Youth organisations call for the introduction of strengthened statutory duties, improved training standards and investment in open access youth work to breathe new life into local authority services for young people.

The guidance places a duty on councils to provide sufficient services for young people. Picture: Monkey Business/Adobe Stock
The guidance places a duty on councils to provide sufficient services for young people. Picture: Monkey Business/Adobe Stock

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