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12 Feb 2024
State of paralysis focuses on young people’s (16-24-year-olds) economic security and what it means for their health and wellbeing.
28 Nov 2023
This evaluation illustrates how the Pupil Design Awards contributes to the pupils' creative self-efficacy, awareness of real-world issues and pupil and teachers' design capability, as well as the critical factors supporting teachers to complete projects and how we can make the awards more inclusive.
28 Sep 2023
There is huge scope for cities to add dynamism to economies, cohesiveness to communities and redemption to our environment. The long-term dividends from doing so are enormous. The question is, how it is to be done?
21 Sep 2023
There is a clear opportunity for the North of England to develop a cross-regional strategy to support the growth of the Creative Industries. This background paper sets out how policymakers and industry could work together to realise this potential, via 'creative corridors'.
11 Jul 2023
Youth social action brings all sorts of benefits to young people and communities. But how do teachers experience it? And what can we learn from that experience?
22 May 2023
School exclusion can change the course of a young person’s life. It can have long-term implications for their health, wellbeing, and future opportunities.
27 Mar 2023
Digital innovations in lifelong learning: a global perspective explores the drivers that support and the barriers that limit the international reach and impact of digital lifelong learning innovations.
07 Dec 2022
47 percent of young people are financially precarious, with certain groups facing even greater levels. This research investigates the stories behind these numbers.
09 Nov 2022
Rebalancing adult learning explores how organisations can help address the UK skills emergency. Read our joint research with Ufi Voctech Trust to understand more.
21 Oct 2022
Read the findings and recommendations of our report on the mental health benefits of a universal basic income for young people.
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