Briefing: Youth Work Inquiry and the Youth Charter

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Policy product type
LGiU essential policy briefing
Published date
May 22, 2019
Author
Chris Hayes
Issues Covered
  • LA duty to secure youth work
  • Minimum spend on youth work
  • Role of youth work
  • Workforce strategy for youth workers
Categories
Children's services and education, Crime, policing and community safety, Devolution, Democracy, Scrutiny and Governance
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The Youth Work Inquiry sponsored by the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Youth Affairs finds that youth work is both wanted and needed by young people today, and that youth services can respond not just to young people as individuals, but also to their wider communities. The briefing looks forward to the Government’s new Youth Charter.

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