Save the Children welcomes with relief the much-needed ceasefire agreement between the Israeli government and Palestinian representatives. We hope this will be sustained and ensure the wellbeing of children in Gaza and Israel.
The Barclays Money Skills ‘champions’ project has supported over 100,000 young people to build money management skills, knowledge and confidence and is continuing to do so with a legacy project focused on employability.
Aid agencies are working around the clock to cope with the rapid displacement in northern Iraq as hundreds of thousands of people flee renewed violence in Mosul, Sinjar, Qaraqosh and elsewhere.
The National Youth Agency has been operating for 50 years.
Legal charity, Just for Kids Law, has launched a campaign calling for changes in the law to be made with regards to the treatment of 17 year-olds as adults when detained in police stations.
This week saw the launch of Make Your Mark, the UK Youth Parliament's annual ballot giving young people their say on what is debated by their Members of Youth Parliament (MYPs) in the House of Commons on 14th November.
In July, 50 young people from KIDS Southwark Sibs project, accompanied by 20 employees from the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), departed London Waterloo on an exciting voyage to Chessington World of Adventures.
Fiona Blacke, CEO of the National Youth Agency, has responded to newly announced Government measures to support older people in work, which they say could boost the economy by billions.
A recent from the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission finds Government plans on Child Poverty are doomed to failure, says Save The Children.
Two more inspiring projects and organisations have been recognised for innovative youth participation in the most recent round of the British Youth Council's Youth on Board Awards.