Research isn’t just for academics. New knowledge can create insight, which is vital for working with young people across contexts. Lucie Shuker suggests three ways to make attentive research part of your work.
For young people struggling with their mental health, professional, external help won’t always be sought. Gry Apeland explores recent research into ‘self-care’ practices and the reasons for their appeal.
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.
Compass is an ambitious, intensive and impactful project aimed at helping 13-14-year-old young people disconnected from school, at risk of becoming NEET (not in Education, Employment or Training) post-16.
SelfharmUK is a project dedicated to supporting young people impacted by self-harm, providing a safe space to talk, ask any questions and be honest about what's going on in your life.
We train more than 2,000 teachers, schools staff, social workers and other professionals every year - equipping you to support young people’s mental health, social and emotional needs.
Youthscape are training vicars and church leaders who want their church to start working with young people and want to have the the right knowledge and insights to form a strategy and action plan.