Youth services must be part of lockdown exit strategy, urges NYA

Nina Jacobs
Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Youth services need to be empowered and up-skilled to help meet the immediate needs of vulnerable young people once the UK’s lockdown is lifted, a youth charity has said.

NYA chief executive Leigh Middleton says the long-term damage caused to young people could be "unimaginable". Picture: NYA
NYA chief executive Leigh Middleton says the long-term damage caused to young people could be "unimaginable". Picture: NYA

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