Youth Work for All

Youth Work for All

“[It is] intrinsic in youth work to challenge oppressive structures” T. de St Croix, 2016. At the 2019-2020 Oxfordshire Youth Youth Work Conference we explored how and why youth work should be inclusive. To begin with it was necessary to explore what being inclusive...
How would you spend £500m?

How would you spend £500m?

Last week, the Chancellor announced a £500m investment in youth centres over the next five years. While this does not replace the £1bn lost over the last nine years, it is good to see that the Government has started to recognise the value and need for local youth...
How collaboration could save your service

How collaboration could save your service

How collaboration could save your service and what you should do about it We all know that this is a challenging time to deliver services to young people. We have less money (£260 million has been lost to youth services in Oxfordshire alone); less people (3660 youth...
Jobs fair includes roles tailored for young people

Jobs fair includes roles tailored for young people

South & Vale Business Support, in partnership with Soha Housing, are hosting a Jobs Fair at Cornerstone Arts Centre to help employers and job seekers find their ideal match. Date and Time: Tuesday 15 October 2019 13:00 – 17:30 The Jobs Fair is free for both...