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Emergency courses of training for those engaging in the Youth Service – Circular 1598
Part of National Youth Bureau series "Documents of Historical Importance" containing 12 items. This Government Board of Education Circular to Local Education Authorities.
Enabling Young People to Participate in Shaping the Youth Service
ETS Wales Approved Training Centres
European Commission White Paper – A New Impetus for European Youth
European White Paper on youth policy which encourages co-operation between member states on youth issues and a higher profile for youth issues in Community and National policies.
European Youth & Community Education Officers’ Statement on Youth Participation
Evaluation of Afon Youth Forum’s Housing Project in Torfaen
To monitor and evaluate the Afon Youth Forum's alternative housing project in Torfaen to ensure it meets the needs and aspirations of the young people it works with.
Experience and Participation – The Thompson Report Extracts
Report of the Review Group on the Youth Service to the Secretary of State for Education and Science, August 1982. Part of the National Youth Bureau series of twelve "Documents of Historical Importance"
Experience and Participation – The Thompson Report: Chapter 12 Summary of Recommendations
Summary of recommendations from the report of the Review Group on the Youth Service in England.
Exploring the Impact of Child Sexual Abuse on Young People’s Romantic Relationships
The purpose of this study was to identify the impact that Child Sexual Abuse can have upon young people reaching adolescence, with the intentions to understand how cognitive, emotional, social and educational development may be impaired.
Extending Entitlement – Creating Visions of Effective Practice for Young People in Wales
This report has been commissioned by the Welsh Assembly Government as the first stage of an ongoing process to evaluate the effectiveness of the proposals contained within “Extending Entitlement: supporting young people in Wales.” The research will seek to uncover the answers to four key questions:
- Are all young people in Wales accessing their universal entitlement and if not, which groups of young people are losing out, and why ?
- What are the obstacles that some young people face in terms of leading a full and active life now and in the future, and how can they be overcome?
- Are young people receiving the high quality services that they need, want and deserve and are they equipped with the skills and resources to participate in identifying their needs, services and assessing their effectiveness?
- Are young people receiving the necessary support to access these high quality services?