Young People’s Voices in Public Policy Why aren’t young people getting the health and social care services or information they require, and their accounts are often less positive than those … Continue reading
YOUNG PEOPLE IN EDUCATION ISBN 978-1-911634-21-8 | Publication date: January 2021 Guest Editor: Dr. Eduard Balashovfirstname.lastname@example.org Editor in-chief: Dr. Theo Gavrielidesemail@example.com Focus and Deadlines As part of the Youth Voice … Continue reading
As part of the Youth Voice Journal’s Special Issues, the Guest Editor, Professor Williamson, is seeking manuscripts that connect with the theme of “Scanning the Future: Climate, Populism, Artificial Intelligence and Jobs”. All submitted articles that meet the special issue guidelines will go through a double-blind peer-review process.
The Special Issue will be published in December 2020. The deadline for article submissions is 1 June 2020. Authors are encouraged to contact the Guest Editor with a proposed title and a draft abstract by no later than 1 April 2020.
Abstract This piece of youth-led research investigates the involvement of young people in local planning decisions in Lambeth, to evaluate if and how the duty to involve under the Local … Continue reading
The 2012 Games are fast approaching. Olympic athletes are already well into their training programmes and the builders are working ﬂat out to ensure that facilities are ready in time. … Continue reading
You are invited to volunteer at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The Mayor of London, and the adverts that now cover the walls of the London Underground, are … Continue reading
Policies promoting social inclusion are essential for ensuring the enjoyment of the whole community – especially young people – in public services and events. The forthcoming Paralympics represent an important … Continue reading
Abstract This youth-led qualitative research project explores young people’s (aged 1625) views regarding the exclusion of under 18s from legal protection under the Single Equality Bill. The project found that … Continue reading