Schools plan to return in September, but what of schools workers? Chris Curtis explores why they’ll be vital for young people as the Covid-19 crisis continues.
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In this transcribed conversation with Rachel Gardner, James Aidoo talks about racism, tokenism, and talking with young people about racial injustice.
Are we seeing a new wave of demonisation against young people? Martin Saunders explains why youth leaders need to 'stand in the gap' on their behalf.
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.
‘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?
Has online youth work been difficult for you? In an open letter to her fellow youth workers, Jemimah Woodbridge calls for failure stories (as well as the victories).
Netflix's answer to Love Island involves a different kind of lockdown. Rachel Gardner explores what this means for young people.
With "normal" life so disrupted, how can we create helpful rhythms in our lives? Martin Saunders looks to ancient spiritual practices.
Is digital youth work the only way we can support young people at the moment? Jemimah Woodbridge offers some alternative ideas.