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WYA CYWU Model Recognition Agreement
This agreement is made between Wales Youth Agency and the Community and Youth
Workers Union (CYWU) with the intention of maintaining and furthering the best
possible relationship between the Wales Youth Agency and its staff.
WYA February 18 meeting
FEBUARY 18 MEETING Purpose To consider the effectiveness of the Wales Youth Agency in providing a corporate and strategic link between government policy the youth service and the needs of young people
WYA WAG Joint Statement
Joint Statement from Jane Davidson AM Minister for Education and Lifelong Learning and the Management Board of the Wales Youth Agency.
The Welsh Assembly Government will cease funding the Wales Youth Agency and from the 1st January 2006, will set up a new branch within the Assembly to take on the functions of the Agency and a number of other programme areas.
WYA WAG Joint Statment
WYWP A Proposed Structure for the Wales Youth Work Partnership
A Proposed Structure for the Wales Youth Work Partnership This paper is written for the Management Committee of the Partnership as a follow up to the paper entitled "Towards a Work Programme for the Wales Youth Work Partnership". It suggests a structure through which the Partnership may pursue its aim to provide an infrastructure for the coordination and development of youth work practice throughout the voluntary and statutory youth service in Wales.
WYWP Future Development of the Wales Youth Work Partnership
WYWP The past, present and future work of the Wales Youth Work Partnership
This report has been requested by the Minister of State for Wales.
WYWP The Wales Youth Work Partnership – 6 months on
WYWP Wales Youth Partnership First Annual Report to the Welsh Office 1986
WYWP Wales Youth Work Partnership – Historical Background
Wales Youth Work Partnership Historical Background The origin of the Wales Youth Work Partnership can be traced to a number of initiatives which took place between 1977 and 1986. Following these developments the Welsh Office invited the Welsh Joint Education Committee (WJEC), the Council for Wales of Voluntary Youth Services (CWVYS), the Council for Education and Training Jn Youth and Community Work (CETYCW), and the National Youth Bureau (NYB), to put forward a submission suggesting ways in…