In last Sunday’s Observer a Manifesto for Children was issued as an eight point plan to tackle the crisis faced by a generation of British… Read More »What can we do to help young people to build decent lives in the post Covid economy?
Where does the government get the money to support the coronavirus crisis?
The coronavirus pandemic seems to be bringing out both the best and the worst of society, with local communities rallying around to help the most… Read More »Sustainability and resilience in the coronavirus pandemic
A new report by the charity Education and Employers, based on a survey of 7,000 teenagers, warns that the career hopes and dreams of too… Read More »The ‘incompatible’ career hopes of young people
Ofsted has chosen to put a clear focus on the personal development of pupils, following a wide ranging consultation that ran from January to April… Read More »Ofsted’s new focus on personal development
New studies show the challenges young people face in securing a place to live in today’s society.
When trying to develop financial life skills and active citizenship in our young people, their aspirations form a key part of their understanding and engagement.
The insecurity and lack of long-term stability that sits behind current employment figures is masking the true scale of the problems facing this generation of young adults.
According to the Office of National Statistics, house prices have increased by 270% in the last twenty years. A significant rise in house prices followed… Read More »Rising house prices halt aspiration of young adults