'youth unemployment' blog posts:
20 Aug 2013
LGA criticises youth unemployment schemes
Nationally-run job schemes designed to help young people struggling to find work are failing them, a report by the Local Government Association has found.
3 Jan 2013
New survey: one in ten young people feel 'unable to cope'
The research reveals that young people not in employment, education or training (NEETs) are more than twice as likely to feel unable to cope as their peers.
18 Dec 2012
Vulnerable people need help earlier to make NHS savings
Health savings could be achieved by ensuring vulnerable people are able to access early advice to resolve their social problems.
22 May 2012
Giving young offenders a pathway away from crime
Lucie Russell, Director of Campaigns, Policy and Participation, looks at the Transition to Adulthood's 'Pathways from Crime' report on young adults in the criminal justice system.
7 Dec 2011
Brian Paddick reveals his 'State of Mind'
Today was our first meeting with a Mayoral candidate to discuss ‘State of Mind – Young Londoners’ Manifesto for Mental Health’. First up, Brian Paddick.
4 Nov 2011
Young people are fearful, not feral
Yesterday's poll by Barnardo's is both depressing and frustrating.
12 Oct 2011
Youth unemployment figures are deeply concerning
With such negative prospects for this generation, it is not just an economic time bomb we may be sitting on.