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Improving employment chances
UK Youth’s Network Conference 2013 was an opportunity to focus on successful strategies for enhancing young people's employability.
Training for success
The first step towards funding from Starbucks Youth Action is a training day, where young people develop their plan for a community project and learn how to ‘pitch’ the idea to a local panel.
Carys Jones-Williams’ first meeting as UK Youth’s youth representative at ECYC – the European Confederation of Youth Clubs – was a chance to discuss the different ways youth issues are tackled across Europe.
Skills and enterprise
Involvement in the Barclays Money Skills ‘champions’ project played a key part in establishing Re-Branch as a source of practical support for young people.
A glimpse into the future
90 young people, plus 30 youth workers come to training for their IT peer education project….and see the future of technology!
Making a connection
There’s good communication and real learning for everyone, as young people share their internet skills with older people, through UK Youth’s Gen2Gen project.
Young people build cross-sector links
The young people of UK Youth Voice are getting behind UK Youth’s partnership with Business in the Community and the National Children’s Bureau.
Working with business
United Futures has produced two versions of a new guide to help youth organisations prepare an approach to potential business partners.
UK Youth Annual Review 2011-12
UK Youth's Annual Review of 2011-12 offers a comprehensive look at the work of the organisation.
All change in Europe!
The appointment of an all-new Board of the European Confederation of Youth Clubs (ECYC) in June began a major process of change for the organisation.