Briefing: National Citizen Service: DCMS/DfE guidance for local authorities, and schools and colleges

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Policy product type
CSN briefing
Published date
December 7, 2017
Author
Chris Hayes
Issues Covered
  • Helping young people develop citizen skills
  • Local authority role in supporting the National Citizen Service
  • Youth services
Categories
Children's services and education, Culture and sport, Devolution, Democracy, Scrutiny and Governance, Economy and Regeneration, Health, public health, adult social care, Voluntary Sector and Community Engagement, Welfare and Equalities, Wellbeing and Fun
Related briefings

LGiU (July 2017) Briefing: National Citizen Service Act 2017

LGiU (November 2016) Briefing: National Citizen Service Bill

The National Citizen Service (NCS) is a Government-funded part-residential youth programme mainly for 16-17 year olds which seeks to build the skills and confidence of young people. This briefing is on the Government’s separate guides on how local government, and schools and colleges can participate in and support the programme.

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