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New guidance on quality in youth social action

In 2012, IVR, working with Generation Change, the Young Foundation and the Cabinet Office contributed to the Decade of Social Action Review and produced a scoping document for a quality framework that could underpin quality in youth social action. To support the first anniversary of the #iwill campaign, Generation Change issued a call for information on how organisations apply the six quality principles of youth social action to their own programmes.

In addition to this, they reviewed programme literature from their member organisations – including handbooks, training manuals, evaluations and commissioning practices – to gain a deeper understanding of what ‘quality’ means in the youth social action sector. IVR’s Nick Ockenden has contributed to their new report, ‘Raising the Quality of Youth Social Action: Applying 6 quality principles’, sets out guidance on how to apply the quality principles effectively.

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