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Calling All Youth Practitioners in England: Shape the Future of Youth Provision

Attention, youth practitioners in England! Your voice matters, and we want to hear from you. UK Youth, in collaboration with the NCS – National Citizen Service Trust, is embarking on a groundbreaking research project to understand the needs and preferences of both youth practitioners and young people across the country. This initiative aims to pave the way for a future of youth provision that truly meets the aspirations and requirements of the youth community.

Why Your Input Matters:
As a youth practitioner working directly with 11-17 year olds in England, you are at the forefront of shaping the youth experience. Your insights are invaluable in crafting meaningful and effective youth provision strategies for the future. This project is an opportunity for you to make a direct impact and contribute to positive change in the lives of young people.

How You Can Participate:
Participation is simple and impactful. Here’s what you need to do:
1. Eligibility: Be a youth practitioner delivering services in England for 11-17 year olds.
2. Record:Take just 4-5 minutes of your time to talk through three simple questions.
3. Submit: Complete a quick form with your recorded responses.

What’s In It For You:
As a token of our appreciation for your valuable contribution, every participant will be entered into a prize draw. Imagine the excitement of winning £500 for yourself and an additional £500 for your youth organization! This is not just an opportunity to share your views but a chance to be rewarded for your commitment to making a difference.

Deadline for Submissions: Act Swiftly!
The window for participation is open, but time is of the essence. Make sure your voice is heard by submitting your responses promptly.

Join Us in Shaping the Future:
Be a catalyst for positive change in the realm of youth provision. Your participation in this research project will contribute to the creation of strategies that resonate with the needs and aspirations of young people in England.

Ready to Make a Difference? Submit Your Input Now:
Submit Your Responses Here-