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Youth Affairs in Wales – National Youth Bureau

Author: National Youth Bureau 1981

In November 1978 a one-day conference was held in Llandrindod Wells to identify ways in which services to the youth affairs field in Wales could be developed including the contribution of existing services offered by National Youth Bureau. This led to this proposal and an application for funding to the Welsh Office for the establishment of a Welsh youth affairs unit.
 

Youth Work in Wales – open letter from Bert Jones

Author: Bert Jones 2006

Extending Entitlement. Support for 11-25 year olds in Wales

Author: National Assembly for Wales, 2000

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.

Youth Work in Wales 2002 – WYA overview

Author: Wales Youth Agency 2002

Young People’s Charter for Entitlement

Author:
Wales Youth Agency 1995

Youth Work in Wales – Issues for Policy and Practice in the Future

Author: S Lloyd-Jones, D Holtom, People and Work Unit 2006

Young People – Whose responsibility – what’s the Assembly doing?

Author:
Unknown c2000

Building the Future – North Wales Regional Youth Work Conference, Report to Steering Committee

Author: Wales Youth Agency 1994

Report of regional conference on the youth service and the reorganisation of local government in Wales.

NOS – What can the National Occupational Standards do for you?

Author: Paulo/Lifelong Learning UK 2003

National Occupational Standards define what each sector agrees to be good practice. The Standards can provide the basis for qualifications within the sector, but they also have many wider uses. This guide provides some examples and is designed to explain what the standards are and signpost further advice and information.