Young people line of enquiry key findings

Key findings from the young people line of enquiry:

  1. We need a proper analysis of the use of social investment models to fund interventions for young people.
  2. Work based learning in school – “Enterprise awakening”
  3. Mentoring – end deficit model so that every child has access to mentors.
  4. Recreation of Future Jobs Fund perhaps through Talent Match programme.
  5. Targeted support for the cost of transport for young people.
  6. Cost of education – is there scope for local EMA – Cornwall.
  7. Strategic approach to play needed within the city – value of young people getting beyond their urban environment.
  8. Child destitution in newly arrived communities – better understand causes and effects through organisations such as the Children’s Society.
  9. Internships for all not just ‘well off’ students.
  10. Birmingham version of ‘things to do before you are 11¾.’

Some quotes from a survey of 500 young people in Birmingham, asked questions about education, employment and inclusion through brap’s A Line in the Sand survey:

Quote from A Line in the Sand survey of 500 young people in Birmingham

Quote from A Line in the Sand survey of 500 young people in Birmingham

Quote from A Line in the Sand survey of 500 young people in Birmingham

Quote from A Line in the Sand survey of 500 young people in Birmingham

Quote from A Line in the Sand survey of 500 young people in Birmingham

Quote from A Line in the Sand survey of 500 young people in Birmingham

Quote from A Line in the Sand survey of 500 young people in Birmingham

Quote from A Line in the Sand survey of 500 young people in Birmingham

Quote from A Line in the Sand survey of 500 young people in Birmingham

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