The triple benefit of youth social action - RSA

The triple benefit of youth social action

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  • Education and learning
  • Teaching
  • Social brain

We know that taking part in youth social action benefits young people. But how do teachers benefit from facilitating active citizenship alongside their pupils?

To mark the launch of a new RSA report Make it authentic, we talk to educators about their experience of doing youth social action with their pupils. What challenges and opportunities do they face? And how can systems leaders ensure that youth social action is a core part of learning at a difficult time for schools?

Make it authentic concludes the work the RSA has been carrying out on youth social action in partnership with the Pears #iwill Fund.

You can read the report in full here.

The Pears #iwill Fund is a match-fund created by the Pears Foundation, the National Lottery Community Fund and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.



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