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A delayed call for evidence as part of a review of statutory guidance for council youth services will "happen very shortly", according to the government minister responsible for youth policy.

Elements of the national media are using unfounded prejudice to stir up hate and create a climate of fear for transgender children, leading youth organisations have warned.

NCS Trust chief Michael Lynas to step down

By Joanne Parkes |

12 September 2019

The chief executive of the National Citizenship Service Trust Michael Lynas has announced he will step down from the role next year.

The search for a charity that will distribute £580k of bursaries for youth work students from disadvantaged backgrounds launches today.

Police officers and youth workers should be based in schools to help protect pupils from violence, according to the children's commissioner for England.

Sector representatives from across services for children and young people have given a mixed reaction to the Chancellor's funding announcements.

Councils will have access to £1.5bn extra for social care from next year, the Chancellor has announced in today's Spending Round, but he provided no detail on cash for children's services.

YMCA fundraises for £2m community hub

By Joanne Parkes |

29 August 2019

Plans for a £2m family-focused community hub have been revealed by YMCA Norfolk.

Youth group visits to Parliament available

By Joanne Parkes |

29 August 2019

Youth groups are being offered free visits to Parliament during school holidays.

The CYP Now Awards highlight the very best practice in work with children, young people and families.