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BBC Radio 4
21 Feb, 2021
This episode follows the experiences of a young girl called “Sarah” who has been working with Youthscape's Alumina programme for the past year, and who has stopped self-harming after six years.
BBC Radio 2: Good Morning Sunday
30 Jul, 2018
Rachel Gardner talks to Good Morning Sunday about being the President of The Girls Brigade and her new book, The Girl De-Construction Project.
24 May, 2017
Premier News covers the announcement of Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby's new ambassadorial role as Youthscape's patron.
1 Mar, 2017
Youthscape CEO Chris Curtis is quoted in this article from The Sun about the new statistics suggesting the continuing rise of self-harm amongst young men.
CEO Chris Curtis is quoted in this article about new statistics suggesting a growing number of 16-24-year-old men self-harm in response to anxiety, stress and depression.
The Wright Stuff
selfharmUK’s Ruth Ayres is featured on this programme discussing the culture of self-harm, whether it is 'infectious', and what can be done to help those suffering.
This article follows up on research commissioned by selfharmUK and other wellbeing charities that found a continuing rise in the number of teenage girls who self-harm.
10 Jan, 2017
EA details the findings of Losing Heart, Youthscape’s research project on UK churches' confidence in youth work, with stats and quotes from CEO Chris Curtis.
Premier Youth and Children's Work
1 Jan, 2017
Following the troubling findings of Youthscape’s research into UK churches’ waning youth work, Phoebe Hill asks: what are you talking about with young people?
16 Dec, 2016
Phoebe Hill analyses the findings of several youth work research reports: Youthscape’s ‘Losing Heart’, Theos’ ‘Passing on Faith’, and the CofE’s ‘Rooted in the Church’.
Channel 5 News
9 Dec, 2016
selfharmUK volunteer Bethany Murray talks about her experience of feeling addicted to self-harm as a teenager on Channel 5 News.
Christianity Daily covers some of the findings of Losing Heart, Youthscape’s key research publication into UK churches’ declining confidence in youth work.