A Welsh Assembly committee is running a “snapshot inquiry” reviewing the effectiveness of Welsh Government’s strategy and policy in respect of youth work.
As reported by CYP Now, the committee is looking for views on four key areas:
The first is “young people’s access to youth work services” with a view to understanding what levels of provision and regional variations there are, and any issues relating to access for specific groups of young people.
The committee has also called for views on “how effective the government’s strategy and policy on youth work is”, and views on local authority, Welsh government, European and third sector funding for youth work.
The deadline for submissions to the children, young people and education committee is 9th September. Link to the committee’s consultation page.