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Our impact in 2020, our strategy for the future
Anna Smee, our CEO, reflects on the impact of the pandemic, our achievements and our ambitious plan for the future.
Ethnic minority young people face barriers to employment
There is clear evidence of the long-standing ethnic disparities in job outcomes for young people.
An unequal crisis
Our Director of Impact and Evidence, Chris Goulden, comments on the latest ONS job market statistics.
Reflections on the Budget from Jason Arthur, our Director of Strategy and Impact
In June last year, the Prime Minister committed to an Opportunity Guarantee to ensure young people could access training, apprenticeships or quality jobs. We need the Government to deliver on...
Our Director of Grants and Investment, Matthew Poole, reflects on our ambitions...
When we launched our first funding programme last year, we had a clear ambition: to find, invest in, support and evaluate promising approaches that ensure that all young people have fair access to...
‘Talent is equally distributed across society, but opportunity isn’t.’
Introducing six members of our grants panel who are bringing their passion, experience and expertise to our grant-making decisions.
Jason Arthur comments on latest labour market statistics
Comment on the latest labour market statistics which show that under-25s account for three fifths of the fall in employment.
Youth Future announces its current grants portfolio
Youth Futures Foundation publishes its current grants portfolio representing an investment of over £5million to improve job outcomes for young people who face disadvantage or discrimination.
Youth Futures Foundation’s new youth voice advisory group
Youth Futures Foundation is delighted to announce the membership of its Future Voices Group, 13 young people who will act as ambassadors for the organisation and inform its strategy and work. 
Young people most likely to lose job in the pandemic; those from ethnic...
Young people are being hardest hit by the downturn in the labour market, says An Unequal Crisis: The impact of the pandemic on the youth labour market, a new report published by Youth Futures...
In celebration of National Apprenticeships Week, we talk to our Finance...
Charlie Howard, aged 20, joined Youth Future’s Foundation as a Finance Officer Apprentice in October 2020.  Digital Communications co-ordinator, Rebecca Omereye, spoke to him about taking...
Spending Review missed the chance to help young people weather the coming...
The Spending Review is a missed opportunity to support young people into jobs and invest for the future.
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