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Satellites 2021

Satellites is a brand-new event for young people, launching in the Summer of 2021. It’s a five-day gathering, designed to inspire teenagers to live with God at the centre of their lives for the other 360 days of the year.

How to be an anti-racist youth leader

How to be an anti-racist youth leader

What is anti-racism and how can youth leaders open up this conversation with young people? Natalie Evans, co-founder of the social media platform @everydayracism_, draws on her experience.

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Together Apart Download

"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.

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Now What?

Now What?

In July 2020 Youthscape ran Now What? — a brand new online event designed to help you define your youth ministry vision in a COVID-19 world. If you missed it, you can catch-up on everything here.

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New products

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Showcase

Showcase is a fresh approach to youth ministry that explores how human creativity can help us think about and connect with Christian faith.

Research

Research
Research
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We do God

Our latest research report: survey and case study data highlight the way that Christian practice can help young people encounter God and develop faith of their own.

Hear about the latest Youthscape News & Resources

YS Luton

YS Luton
YS Luton
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Luton summer film project

Youthscape are looking for young people who would like to share their stories in a film about how Covid-19 has impacted their mental health.

Innovation

Innovation
Innovation
Case Studies

Case Studies

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.

Martin Saunders
Why innovate in youth work?

Why innovate in youth work?

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.

Martin Saunders
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