The Blagrave Trust is proud to be one of the funders of a research project by the Alexi Project into the nature and extent of young people’s participation and feedback in child sexual exploitation services. The researchers have so far completed a comprehensive...
In 2015, Alliance magazine ran a special edition on beneficiary feedback and user voice. The pieces contained in the edition raised some big questions as to why – if almost all foundations and non-profits agree that getting beneficiary feedback is a good idea...
Partnership for Young London has published ‘Young People Count’, a a guide to the different data sources that are available on the problems that young people face in the United Kingdom. Drawn from official figures, such as the Office of National...
A new report from the Office of the Children’s Commissioner calls for action by government to help keep children and young people safe online. With one third of internet users under the age of 18, and young people aged 12 to 15 spending over 20 hours a week...
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