In order to support its commitment to creating a quality youth service for all young people, the Labour Party have conducted a consultation to gain insights from organisations and people working in the youth sector. We limited our response to the final question, which related to effective evaluation.
The day was a reminder of the critical importance of creating open spaces for discussion and reflection – for sharing our own work, that of others, and learning from those we wouldn’t automatically work with day to day
The Centre for Youth Impact continues to explore the feasibility of a collective impact approach that can deliver better outcomes for young people in the UK. This work is carried out in partnership with NPC and UK Youth.
In October 2016, we wrote about our mission to build transformative Communities of Practice, rather than simply hosting network meetings, and as we have built on our relationships with our "co-conspirators", we've continued to develop our thinking.
We'd like to share that thinking and we'd like to hear from you.
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