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Historical Development of the Youth Service – Early Developments of Youth Work
A History of the Youth Service in England – Volume 1. From Voluntaryism to Welfare State
History of the Youth Service in England. Volume 1 1939-1979. Discusses policy issues in the social, economic and political conditions of the time and in their broader social policy contexts.
A History of the Youth Service in England – Volume 2. From Thatcherism to New Labour
A history of the Youth Service in England. Volume 2 1979-1999. Discusses policy issues in the social, economic and political conditions of the time and in their broader social policy contexts.
Milestones in the Development of Youth Work
On Behalf of the South Wales Collier Boy – Youth and Leisure in the Mining Valleys of Mid Glamorgan
Paper produced for the Welsh School of Social Science which describes the work of the Boys' Clubs of Wales.
Straight and True – The Story of the Swansea Boys Club from the 1930s to the 1960s
Senior club members participated in the organisation of club life by monitoring the progress of new club members and making recommendations to the senior committee as to whether the young probationers should become full club members. The Variety Club of Great Britain was particularly generous to the Swansea Boys Club. The policy of the Local Education Authority was to provide mixed youth clubs and the Club became officially known as the ‘Swansea Boys and Girls Club’.
Service by Youth
Teenage Consumer Spending in 1959
Part of the National Youth Bureau series 'twelve documents of historical importance'. Teenage Consumer Spending 1959 Unmarried young people between the ages of 15 and 25
Key Youth Service Events 1979-1999
Timeline of key Youth Service events from 1979-1999