This blog is written by Bethia McNeil, our Chief Executive. In it, Bethia explores what the five year anniversary means to her in terms of the shifting the nature of enquiry, practice development, and debate within the sector. She also sets out the key questions we will be asking at our conference in November.
This blog is co-authored by Bethia McNeil, our Chief Executive, and Ed Anderton, our Acting Director of Practice Development. In it, they share some reflections about the use of cost-benefit analysis in the youth sector, with reference to programmes such as the National Citizen Service, and the Youth Investment Fund.
The Centre for Youth Impact recently hosted its fourth annual Gathering, and a clear theme that resonated throughout the conference was the need to invest in and improve longitudinal research in the youth sector. This blog, written by Sarah Williams (the Centre's Research and Learning Assistant), explores the challenges of getting good quality longitudinal data and suggests some next steps on where to go from here.
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