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Extending Entitlement – Principal Youth Officers’ Group Response to Consultation on the Draft Direction and Guidance
Extending Entitlement – Report of the New Burdens Working Group
The New Burdens Working Group (NBWG) was set up on 10th August 2000. Its remit was to attempt to quantify additional levels of financial provision for local government which would improve the present services available to young people in line with the recommendations in the "Extending Entitlement" report.
Extending Entitlement – the Role of the Youth Service
Extending Entitlement – Wales Youth Agency Response to Consultation on the Draft Direction and Guidance
Strong Partnerships Require Strong Partners
Extending Entitlement. Making it Real
This report sets out the findings of a pilot study to establish indicative baseline measurements for the future evaluation of the impact and effectiveness of the Welsh Assembly Government’s Extending Entitlement strategy and to evaluate the methodology of this study
Extending Entitlement. Support for 11-25 year olds in Wales
Report by the Policy Unit of the National Assembly for Wales setting out their policy on services for young people. Considers the views of young people, lifelong learning context, information services, youth service and how all services should provide a network of support.
Extending Entitlement. Support for 11-25 year olds in Wales – Direction and Guidance
Direction and Guidance July 2002
The aim of this document is to provide an underpinning structure within which the principles of ‘Extending Entitlement: Supporting Young People in Wales’ and the Green Paper ‘Learning is for Everyone’ can be put into practice at local level.
Extending Entitlement. Working Together to Provide Young People’s Entitlements: Responses to consultation – Nov 2005
Extending Entitlement. Working Together to Provide Young People’s Entitlements: Discussion May – July 2005
Paper used as basis for discussion on how services for youth workers and other workers with young people would be delivered via Welsh Assembly Government following the closure of the Wales Youth Agency in 2005.