Government ditches youth policy statement

Neil Puffett
Friday, November 17, 2017

Plans for a new three-year youth policy statement have been dropped, although youth work will feature as part of a wider civil society strategy, it has emerged.

Youth minister Tracey Crouch said a civil society strategy will provide an opportunity to explore ways to build new partnerships "within and between sectors and communities". Picture: Parliament TV
Youth minister Tracey Crouch said a civil society strategy will provide an opportunity to explore ways to build new partnerships "within and between sectors and communities". Picture: Parliament TV

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