As part of our covid response we commissioned two pieces of research to support policy responses to the inevitable spike in youth unemployment: A Better Future: Transforming jobs and skills for young people post-pandemic by the Institute for Employment Studies and...
We commissioned a report from researchers Natasha Evans and Jim Coe to look at where and how young people are leading change on issues that affect them, and how we as funders might better support them to do so.
Between 2017-2019, the charity Fixers brought together 200 young people from across the South East to discuss the issues they felt were barriers to their progression. They discussed their experiences of social mobility, and identified potential problems and solutions...
In 2018, ‘Help us to move on’ addressed the problems facing young people in Hampshire and made recommendations for practical policy solutions. It was commissioned by the Blagrave Trust and carried out by the Southern Policy Centre team, working with a group of local...
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