Uniformed youth work gives young people 'positive start', multi-generational study finds

Fiona Simpson
Friday, January 22, 2021

Uniformed youth work is effective at offering young people a positive start in life, particularly those who struggle to engage in formal education, a report from the Sea Cadets has found.

The structure of Sea Cadets helped participants face challenges later in life, the report states. Picture: Sea Cadets
The structure of Sea Cadets helped participants face challenges later in life, the report states. Picture: Sea Cadets

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