Children, Young People & Families

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The VCS offer a range of services to children, young people and families (CYP&F). This section brings together news, best practice and resources on this CYP&F.

Investment in youth services

15 youth organisations, representing more than eight million young people, have signed a joint open letter to the Education Secretary, calling for greater investment in youth services. 

Other useful e-bulletins and resources

This article contains policy and funding updates from NCVYS and a variety of resources focusing on finding training courses, social investment, youth policy and the myplace programme.

European youth programmes

Youth in Action is the programme the European Union set up for young people, which aims to inspire a sense of active European citizenship, solidarity and tolerance among young Europeans and to involve them in shaping the Union's future.

Police and Crime Commissioners engaging with young people

NCVYS is building on the success of the PCC Youth Charter by gathering some models of engaging with young people, for Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) to share, adapt and replicate.

Youth Justice Board

The youth justice minister, Jeremy Wright has announced that the Youth Justice Board will be reviewed for the third time in three years.

Youth Contract

The Department for Education has announced that it has extended the eligibility criteria for the Youth Contract, making an extra 15,500 young people eligible.

East Midlands Voluntary Youth (EMVY)

Since 2013, One East Midlands has coordinated the East Midlands Voluntary Youth Network. Formed in 2000 by voluntary youth groups and networks across the region, EMVY is an inclusive and diverse network for the voluntary youth sector, providing strategic support, influence and advocacy at a regional level.

EMVY to merge with One East Midlands

Following their AGM ON 15 November, the members of East Midlands Voluntary Youth (EMVY) have agreed to a merger with One East Midlands from 1 January 2013.


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