A generation of unease

Response to the OECD Skills Outlook Development 2015

By Youth Ambassador Jack Welch The publication of this year’s Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Skills Outlook results […]


YEUK becomes the Secretariat for the APPG for Youth Employment

Press Release For immediate release Chloe Smith, Member of Parliament for Norwich North, has established the new All-Party Parliament Group […]


Rhiannon

Diary Of A YEUK Apprentice – June Update

I have now been working as the social media apprentice for Youth Employment UK (YEUK) for four weeks now and […]


Aelp Conference 2015

On Monday 22nd June and Tuesday 23rd June Youth Employment UK attended the Aelp Conference 2015 with some of our […]


Are today’s teenagers really feckless?

Often when we talk about youth unemployment and the young people it affects many people conjure up a stereotype of […]


YEUK calls on the Conservative government to work for young people in the UK

Youth unemployment now needs to be a priority YEUK calls on the Conservative government to work for young people in […]


Why voting matters if you are 18-24

It is often said that politicians priorities the polices that benefit the older generations.  Why? Because its usually the older […]


#Emilymatters: A Voting Revolution

#Emilymatters: A Voting Revolution By Youth Ambassador Jack  Like any campaign, its inspiration must have its roots. The #Emilymatters cause, founded by actor/writer […]


Could you help raise some funds for YEUK?

Do you shop online? Trains, Clothes, Books, CD’s, Holidays? If you do you could get those retailers to donate a […]


YEUK_Youth Friendly Badge

YEUK Launches the Youth Friendly Charter

YEUK Launches the Youth Friendly Charter At AELP 2020 Vision Conference Press Release Embargoed until 12pm on the 19/02/2015 Youth […]