Briefing: Youth service: the Delivering Differently for Young People (DDYP) programme

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Policy product type
CSN briefing
Published date
February 10, 2016
Author
Chris Hayes
Issues Covered
  • Local authority duty to secure youth services
  • Public service mutuals
  • Relationship of youth services to other public services
Categories
Children's services and education, Crime, policing and community safety, Culture and sport, Democracy, scrutiny, governance, Public Service Reform, Corporate Performance, Service Delivery and transformation, Welfare reform, financial inclusion, equalities
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Many local authorities are reviewing how to secure their youth services in the light of expenditure reductions. This CSN Briefing looks at the Government led Delivering Differently for Young People (DDYP) programme and gives example about how Councils are working with the programme to find innovative ways of providing youth services.

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