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UNISON / Cardiff Metropolitan University Conference 2016 Report

Author: UNISON / Cardiff Metropolitan University 2016

Report of a conference in November 2016 organised by UNISON and Cardiff Metropolitan University on the future of youth work in Wales. Themes covered:

  • Challenges for Young People in Wales Today in the Context of Public Services Cuts 
  • The Future of Youth Work as a Practice 
  • The Future of Youth Work as a Profession 
  • Breakout sessions: Messages for Welsh Government and Trade Unions 

Unitary Authorities and the Future of Youth Work – Summary of presentation

Author: Doug Jones 1995

Paper summarising the implications of local government reorganisation for maintained and voluntary youth services.

United Kingdom Youth Work Alliance – Youth work and government policies towards young people

Author: Howard Williamson, United Kingdom Youth Work Alliance 1999

Paper from the United Kingdom Youth Work Alliance - comprising representatives of maintained and voluntary youth services in the four nations of England, Scotland. Wales and Northern Ireland. It endorses the constructive approach being taken by the government to supporting the effective transitions of young peopleto adult life and the role of the Youth Service within this.

Using reflective practice models to evaluate own performance

Author: Kevin Roberts, Glyndwr University 2018

MA student assignment for the module Mastering Professional Learning.

"Using a reflective model of practice critically evaluate your own performance within your professional setting. This should include a critical evaluation of your practice together with learning opportunities and assessment you have provided."

Utilising Digital Technologies in the Delivery of Youth Work

Author: Nick Hudd 2018
Nick Hudd argues that youth workers should look to the future and better embrace digital technologies in order to reflect the importance of technology in the lives of young people and their active engagement with it.