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Forces Watch, the organisation which examines and challenges military recruitment practices, has commented on the government's Military Ethos in Schools programme.
Quakers in Britain have responded to the announcement of £4.8 million 'Character Innovation Fund' for schools with an Open Letter to Education Secretary, Nicky Morgan.
The increased use of zero-hours contracts and agency workers is preventing young people from obtaining permanent jobs, according to new analysis from the TUC.
With polls suggesting that next year’s general election is too close to call, new analysis from the TUC shows over four million ‘missing votes’ from people under 35.
The Methodist Church has launched a series of mental health resources following concerns that not enough was being done to help young people with mental health issues.
Experiences of young people facing unaffordable housing costs, insecure tenure and exploitation by private landlords was a topic at the TUC’s Big Youth Debate.
Young Christians asked about their attitudes to voting and politics by the Joint Public Issues Team were clear they did not have faith in politicians to deliver positive change.
The TUC and CBI have today (1 August) marked the first anniversary of the government’s Traineeships programme by signing a joint statement of support for those wanting to take part in the scheme.
Research from the housing and homelessness charity Shelter found that 48 per cent of working 20 to 34 year olds live with their parents because they are unable to afford to rent or buy their own home.
New research released on 15 June to launch Refugee Week shows the 'Generation Welcome' of first-time voters, are proud of Britain's tradition of protecting refugees.