Youth Voice Census 2020 : the results are (almost) in

Find out how young people are feeling on a range of issues and what they want us to do to help!

We are gearing up to share the results of our Youth Voice Census, the Census is our annual look at how young people are feeling on a range of issues relating to education, employment, skills and the area they live in.

The Youth Voice Census was live from early February to early April this year with young people aged 14 – 24 sharing their story with us. We would like to take a moment to thank all of the young people who took the time to share their views and opinions and with us.

The Youth Voice Census provides us with an important view of the world as young people are experiencing it. It allows us to ensure that young people’s voices are heard and that those working to support them including policy makers, employers and educators can hear them.

The 2020 findings could not be more important in the current climate and we are already working hard to ensure that our organisation and the organisations around us can support young people during the hardest of times.

What to do next?

Be there: The launch of the Youth Voice Census report will take place on Tuesday 23rd July, to book your place click here.

Find out what young people thought last year: Take a look at last year’s results here.

Stay in touch: Follow along on social media and follow #YouthVoiceCensus2020

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