Education & Employment
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News 20 April 2022
Social investment fund, set up by The Young Foundation, UBS and the Cabinet Office to tackle disadvantage in education, shares learnings from eight years of flexible and patient finance.
News 28 March 2022
New research – led by 16- to 20-year-olds and conducted with 10- to 21-year-olds in England – shares a youth vision for a healthier, happier post-Covid future.
News 1 February 2022
Ethnic minority postgraduate researchers share their experiences of discrimination at small and specialist institutions.
Blog 25 January 2022
Having struggled with her own mental health, 16-year-old Eva Woods is currently working as a peer researcher in secondary schools, talking to other young people seeking support.
Publication 26 November 2021
Reports designed and created by young people on the Kickstart scheme, exploring experiences of employment among LGBTQ+ young people, and those with ADHD.
News 14 June 2021
The Young Foundation, Youth Futures Foundation and The Mohn Westlake Foundation are launching a unique social research project to tackle youth unemployment. The project, made possible through the Kickstart Scheme, will see up to 30 formerly unemployed young people trained as peer researchers.
Publication 4 May 2018
A good-practice guide to support schools to more effectively commission innovative services, especially those that aim to tackle educational inequality.
Publication 22 December 2017
This report explores the characteristics of EU-supported employment social innovations, and asks how the EU is driving these.
Publication 20 December 2017
This report covers some highlights of our work from 2014-2017, when we made a strategic decision to focus on inequalities and direct all our work to challenging it.
Publication 13 December 2017
The Young Foundation is delighted to launch the first impact report for the Young Academy, our innovation and investment programme for social ventures working to reduce educational inequality. The report tells the story of the Young Academy since its launch
Publication 5 April 2017
This research report on the MONDRAGON Corporation, the largest industrial Co-operative in the world, explores it as a social innovation ecosystem, a highly successful and competitive way of transforming people’s lives for the better through shared ownership. MONDRAGON is a
Publication 16 February 2017
Share to Know was a European exchange project that aims to further the use of peer-to-peer learning methodologies by educational institutions and other organisations/individuals working with young people. The exchange took place between three peer-to-peer learning practitioners from the United
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