19 January 2022 | Authors: Helen Goulden,
The Young Foundation starts 2022 with a focus on collective energy. Helen Goulden reflects on the challenges and opportunities ahead.
8 December 2021
Elly McDade had big dreams and bags of ambition, but struggled at school and found herself on Universal Credit – until finding the Kickstart peer researcher programme.
7 December 2021 | Authors: Lydia Ragoonanan,
Partnership and community-driven action are key to reducing inequalities, building stronger local economies, and addressing our national and global challenges, says Lydia Ragoonanan.
2 December 2021
Embracing our mission to support better-connected, stronger communities, The Young Foundation is proud to be part of We’re Right Here: The Campaign for Community Power, which launches today.
30 November 2021 | Authors: Chelsea McDonagh,
What did National Living Wage Week deliver for those aged under 23? Chelsea McDonagh calls for greater support, and more diversity in the research sector.
24 November 2021 | Authors: Helen Goulden,
Despite headlines and warnings, is virtual working all that bad? Helen Goulden counts the benefits, both for young people, and for organisations.
23 November 2021 | Authors: Dayo Eseonu,
The COP26 youth march earlier this month saw thousands of young people skip school to demand action to address the climate crisis. Activists Vanessa Nakate, Greta Thunberg, and Xiye Bastida joined the rally, supporting other young people across the world to take social action and speak up for their future.
10 November 2021
As global leaders convene at the COP26 climate change conference in Glasgow, The Young Foundation’s Institute for Community Studies hears the concerns and priorities of people around the UK.
9 November 2021
We need both technology and human partnerships to tackle the climate crisis, says activist Daze Aghaji
4 November 2021 | Authors: Helen Goulden,
Helen Goulden reflects on people power and partnership as tools for change – and says the cacophony around COP26 speaks volumes.
5 October 2021 | Authors: Lydia Ragoonanan,
The government has pledged greater support for downtrodden regions of the UK – but change must be informed by people it most affects, says Lydia Ragoonanan
24 August 2021
Interviews are a standard process in recruitment – but are they a fair way of assessing potential candidates?