Anne Milton’s response post APPG for Youth Employment

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The Minister of State for Apprenticeships and Skills joined our All Party Parliamentary Group for Youth Employment on 20th December 2017. Anne Milton heard from Youth Ambassadors and took questions from them and the wider audience.

You can read the full the report into the support needed by those furthest from the labour market and entries from the session here. The Minister offers a thorough response to the questions posed and personally thanks those young people for sharing their stories.

“We were delighted to have the Minister join us at the APPG and take the time to hear from our Ambassadors and other young delegates. It is great to see that the Minister is happy to hear from young people, at a time when the policy developments of government affect the future of so many young people government must be sure to include their voices in consultations. We look forward to working with the Minister and her team.”

Laura-Jane Rawlings, CEO, Youth Employment UK

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  • Read more about our policy work including our role as secretariat for the All Party Parliamentary Group for Youth Employment here
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