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A sustainable future: youth work’s contribution to Welsh Government’s ‘Wellbeing of Future Generations’ policy and ‘Successful Futures’ review
The Welsh Government Wellbeing of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 and the recommendations from Donaldson’s Successful Futures review gives youth work in Wales a refreshed opportunity to prove its value and create for itself a sustainable future.
This article explores the contribution youth work can make to these Welsh Government policy agendas.
Jamie Jones-Mead was awarded a bursary from Youthworkwales to complete this article.
Jamie is a professionally qualified youth and community worker. He has 15 years’ experience as a youth worker and has worked in a number of settings in Wales, the UK and globally.
These include in statutory youth services, with young disabled people, young offenders, young cancer patients and significant experience in the third sector. As well as being an experienced practitioner, Jamie has a particular interest in health and wellbeing, having spearheaded and managed ASH Wales' youth tobacco and smoking programmes, and is currently working in a public health setting.
Scouting in Wales
Brief account of the development of Scouting in Wales.
Second Report on Training of Part-Time Youth Leaders and Assistants
Second Report on Training of Part Time Youth Leaders and Assistants Report of the Review Committee of the Youth Service Development Council December 1965
Service by Youth
Session plan – self esteem and friendship
Session plan – Stress discussion
Shared Planning for Better Outcomes
Welsh Government Planning Guidance and Regulations for Local Authorities and their Partners on Children and Young People‘s Plans. Welsh Assembly Government Circular No: 31/2007
Date of issue: September 2007
Shared Planning for Better Outcomes cym
Canllawiau Cynllunio a Rheoliadau i Awdurdodau Lleol a’u Partneriaid ar Gynlluniau Plant a Phobl Ifanc. Llywodraeth Cynulliad Cymru Rhif: 31/2007
Dyddiad cyhoeddi: Medi 2007
Shared Purpose – Shared Delivery Cym
Canllawiau ar Integreiddio Partneriaethau a Chynlluniau.
Mae Llywodraeth Cymru yn credu y dylid defnyddio cynllun integredig unigol i gyflawni’r dyletswyddau statudol o ran datblygu cynlluniau a strategaethau sydd wedi’u gosod yn y ddeddfwriaeth ganlynol:
- Mesur Llywodraeth Leol (Cymru) 2009 (Rhan 2: Adrannau 37-46) – Strategaethau cymunedol;
- Deddf Plant 2004 (Rhan 3: Adran 26) – Cynllun Plant a Phobl Ifanc (sy’n cynnwys cynlluniau sy’n ofynnol o dan adran 2 o Fesur Plant a Theuluoedd (Cymru) 2010 a Rhan 1 o Fesur Iechyd Meddwl (Cymru) 2010);
- Deddf y Gwasanaeth Iechyd Gwladol (Cymru) 2006 (Rhan 3: Adran 40) – Strategaethau Iechyd, Gofal Cymdeithasol a Lles;
- Deddf Trosedd ac Anhrefn 1998 (Rhan 1: Adran 6) – Strategaethau i ostwng troseddu ac anhrefn, strategaethau i fynd i’r afael â chamddefnyddio cyffuriau, alcohol a sylweddau eraill, a strategaethau i ostwng aildroseddu.
- Mesur Plant a Theuloedd (Cymru) 2010 adrannau 11 a 12 – y dyletswyddau mewn perthynas ag awdurdodau lleol i asesu ar gyfer cyfleoedd chwarae digonol ac i hyrwyddo a hwyluso cyfranogiad plant ym mhenderfyniadau’r awdurdod a allai effeithio arnynt, ac i gyhoeddi a diweddaru gwybodaeth am ei drefniadau.
Shared Purpose – Shared Delivery: Guidance on integrating Partnerships and Plans
Guidance on integrating Partnerships and Plans.
The Welsh Government considers that a single integrated plan should be used to meet the statutory duties in relation to the development of plans and strategies required under the following legislation:
- Local Government (Wales) Measure 2009 (Part 2: Ss 37-46) – Community strategies;
- Children Act 2004 (Part 3: S26) – Children and Young People’s Plan (which include plans required in accordance with section 2 of the Children and Families (Wales) Measure 2010 and Part 1 of the Mental Health (Wales) Measure 2010);
- National Health Service (Wales) Act 2006 (Part 3: S40) – Health, Social Care and Well-being Strategies; and
- Crime and Disorder Act 1998 (Part 1: S6) – Strategies for the reduction of crime and disorder, strategies for combating the misuse of drugs, alcohol and other substances, and strategies for the reduction of re-offending.
- Children & Families (Wales) Measure 2010 sections 11 & 12 – the duties in respect of local authorities to assess for sufficient play opportunities and to promote and facilitate participation by children in decisions of the authority which might affect them, and to publish and keep up to date information about its arrangements.