‘Key work’ or not, youth work is essential not only for the millions of vulnerable young people in need, but for society as a whole. Can the government—and the church—recognise that?
How do we cope amidst the chaos, fear and confusion wrought by the coronavirus crisis? Lahna Pottle reflects on a small shift that made a dramatic difference for her work.
"Together Apart" is a short series of curriculum resources enabling you to explore life and faith with young people, and is designed specifically for use in the context of an online youth work session.
Just about everyone seems to have been involved in a video-chat quiz at some point over the last few weeks. It’s a great way of doing something fun as a group while being apart. It’s also a great thing to do as a youth group.
Gry Apeland reflects on the impact quarantine could have on our collective mental health, and how we can we prepare.
Head of Research Lucie Shuker breaks down the results of our weekly survey designed to hear how youth leaders are doing in the midst of COVID-19.
We can't meet face-to-face right now, but we're running this Digital Mentoring program so that young people in Luton can access personal, emotional support online.
So what does Innovation actually look like? Here's real-life examples of products we've tried and tested through our Innovation process, and what we learned on the way.
Young people meet, think and congregate completely differently to the way they did just 25 years ago. Youth work needs to find ways of keeping up.