News that the ChooseYouth alliance is adding its voice to the outbreak of discussion about the future of youth work. Obviously IDYW are supporting this initiative, although we have qualms about how this engages with the Youth Sector Briefing project and the TAG consultation. 329 more words
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Young people growing up in Shropshire don’t get the life chances they might get elsewhere – we are going to tackle this in Ludlow
Intergenerational unfairness: online voting is key to strengthening the voice of Britain’s disillusioned youth
By Joe Carton.
The British political system is painfully neglecting the country’s youth. Choosing to pander to the baby boomer generation with generous offerings of a pension ‘triple lock’ and an array of retirement benefits, Britain’s main political parties are suppressing the aspiration of today’s youth by failing to address the growing disparity in wealth between generations. 685 more words
In my last post, FORMALISING THE INFORMAL : THE NEED FOR CRITICAL DIALOGUE, I suggested that neo-liberal values had infected our work, so much so that they appear to be simply common-sense. 219 more words
IDYW and its supporters have been invited to be involved in this important opportunity to be in dialogue with practitioners across disciplines and professions. 425 more words