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.

Starbucks Youth Action - NCS Graduate Fund (Deadline January/February)

The Starbucks Youth Action – NCS Graduate Fund programme is for any young people who have been involved in NCS aged 16 to 24, aims to inspire and empower NCS graduates from across England to make a difference in their communities by awarding grants of up to £2,000 to set up and lead their own social action project.

Young people and homelessness

Homeless Link has published their third annual Young and Homeless report.

Young people and foodbanks

YMCA England has published Food for Thought, an insight into why young people in England access foodbanks.

Young people and suicide

ChildLine has published a spotlight report on child suicide which shows a worrying increase in the number of children and young people contacting them about suicidal feelings.

Young people and the care system

Speak Out! has launched a survey to gather thoughts from care leavers on how to make the experience of leaving care better.

Young people and health

Young people want more information about their rights and how to complain about health services, according to an online survey carried out by AYPH for the Children and Young People’s Health Outcomes Forum.

Young people and self esteem

The Schools Health and Education Unit published the results of a survey of 30,000 pupils in the Guardian, which has found a significant decline in self-esteem levels among teenagers.

Young people and discrimination

The European Youth Forum published a report which presents the findings of an online exploratory survey on multiple discrimination affecting young people in Europe.

Young people and politics

The British Youth Council has published the Youth Select Committee report 2014 on lowering the voting age to 16.

Young People and employment

New analysis by the Local Government Association has revealed that around 90,000 of the nation's young people have been jobless for two years or more, up from 21,000 in 2005.



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