Euphoria is a popular, provocative, adult-themed drama about teenagers. Steven Mitchell explores what it has to say about mental health, addiction – and youth work.
Much has changed in the world of sex, relationships and young people in the past 20 years. Does Christian youth work still have anything to say, and do young people still want to talk about it?
BRAVE is a free library of downloadable resources made to help you and young people reflect on the pandemic and build the confidence to face life's giants.
What are the big conversations we're having with young people? For this week's episode, Rachel meets Lauren Windle, an author and journalist, to talk about recovery from addiction and how addiction can impact young peoples' lives.
Struggling with a dwindling youth work team? Here’s seven tips for pitching the joy of volunteering to your church.
The big picture on Russia and Ukraine. Research on economic precarity for the next generation. Plus findings from 500k young people surveyed on deprivation, education, and aspiration.
Relational Hubs are open-access community youth projects, with an after-school ‘drop-in’ at the centre. The Youthscape Centre for Research was commissioned to learn more about the work of three of these hubs, and the impact they have.
Bute Mills Youth Group takes place every Monday during term time from 4pm-5.30pm for young people in school years 7 and 8.
More than a buzzword: our innovation specialist Hannah explains the essentials of innovation, with five practical pointers on how to cultivate it in your youth work context.
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.