The Local Government Association finds too many young people not completing their post 16 pathways

The LGA has confirmed some worrying (but unsurprising) figures on the number of young people not completing their post 16 […]


Apprenticeship Debate

Date: 3rd March 2015 Place: The Balm oral Room The Grand Connaught Rooms, 61 – 65 Great Queen Street London, England, WC2B 5DA Time: 10:00 […]


Labour Market Analysis – January

At YEUK we think that by understanding the labour market young people can help make an informed choice about the […]


The Winners of the Youth Friendly Awards 2014

Post by Laura-Jane Rawlings I was delighted to host the annual Youth Friendly Awards 2014 at Chelsea FC on Tuesday. […]


Kent County Council becomes first Youth Friendly Council in England

Youth unemployment has been at very high levels since 2010, some areas of Kent still have very high proportions of […]


Cheadle company Aspire-Education is officially ‘Youth Friendly’

Cheadle business, ‘Aspire-Education’ has been recognised for its commitment to supporting young people in the workplace. The company, which has […]


Europeans in Salamanca

By Jack  What can be understood from popular, and perhaps somewhat loose terminology, of ‘active citizenship’, when in many local […]


Train or lose your benefits

Ed Miliband has today announced how he intends to “incentivise” young people to work, and that is to remove the […]


YEUK and its ambassadors bring together Employability Workshop for young people with Dyspraxia

Brilliant workshop for young people with Dyspraxia brought together by YEUK with the help of two amazing young ambassadors. One […]


YEUK supports Apprenticeships4England call to debate Apprenticeship Reform

YEUK supports Apprenticeships4England call to debate Apprenticeship Reform The government announced earlier this year its plans to change the way […]