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APPG for Youth Employment new inquiry : The role of the family in supporting young people into employment

The All Party Parliamentary Group for Youth Employment has launched a new inquiry into The role of the family in supporting […]


Civil Society Strategy: building a future that works for everyone

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Office for Civil Society, Tracey Crouch MP and The Rt Hon Jeremy […]


Why we have not solved the youth unemployment crisis

The recent government statistics showing that the UK is enjoying the highest levels of employment on record, masks the reality […]


Survey – young people’s view of the benefit system

We have been asked to share this survey with young people aged 16-24. This survey is conducted by the Social […]


Apprenticeship training in England – a cost-effective model for firms?

The EPI have released this report today exploring how cost effective the government’s apprenticeship training plans will be. Promoting more apprenticeships […]


March: Latest Labour Market Statistics

The latest ONS data shows the employment rate at 75.3%, higher than for a year earlier (74.6%). The data available […]


The Role of Family in Social Mobility

We are proud to launch our report in to the role of the family in social mobility today. In partnership […]


#CheckYourPay

The National minimum and living wage changes on 1st April – are you ready?! The Government have launched the Check […]


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Anne Milton’s response post APPG for Youth Employment

The Minister of State for Apprenticeships and Skills joined our All Party Parliamentary Group for Youth Employment on 20th December […]


February : Latest Labour Market Statistics

The latest ONS data shows the employment rate at 75.2%, higher than for a year earlier (74.6%). The data available […]