For this month’s Our Thoughts, the Centre’s Director of Strategy and Learning Kaz Stuart reflects on why we, as a sector, should champion practitioner-led publications, and shares tips on how to get started on your own writing journey.
Talking about youth voice - is it all just semantics? | Our Thoughts – Jo
9 June 2022
For this month's Our Thoughts, the Centre's Project Manager Jo Hickman-Dunne delves into the wide-ranging terminology of youth voice, and how diversity in language can strengthen our evaluative approaches.
Contribute to a National Picture of Youth Voice Practice!
1 June 2022
Do you support young people to engage in decision-making with organisations that are addressing issues that matter to them? Find out about our latest research, as part of the Centre’s Maximising Young People’s Voice and Power project, collaboratively funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation, BBC Children in Need and the National Lottery Community Fund.
The Centre's Associate Louisa Thomson introduces the findings from our rapid needs analysis, conducted throughout February and March, and supported by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.
Looking back at the Enterprise Development Programme - Our thoughts | Soizic Hagege
14 April 2022
For this month’s ‘Our Thoughts’, Enterprise Development Programme Manager Soizic Hagege reflects on peer-to-peer learning, one of the defining features of the Enterprise Development Programme, as the EDP draws to a close.
Pursuing common good through SEL | Our Thoughts - Catherine Mitchell
11 March 2022
In an extended 'Our Thoughts' this month to mark SEL Day, Catherine Mitchell explores how a focus on social and emotional learning (SEL) in our practice and evaluation could support us with a more consistent, intentional, and equitable approach to quality.