Realising Ambition is delighted to announce the launch of its sixth insight paper on doing randomised controlled trials in the real world.
The Young Foundation is seeking an analyst to support our work on social investment and venture development among early-stage, mission-driven social enterprises.
Action for Happiness, a movement founded and launched by The Young Foundation are hiring.
Watch this video on our partnership with Bank of America Merrill Lynch and UBS to support innovative solutions that tackle education inequalities.
Find out more about our Amplify Wales project, part of our places programme to put communities at the centre of tackling inequalities.
Boosting youth resilience through a new action learning programme especially for Newham young people aged 9 to 11.
The Young Foundation has recently welcomed 11 social innovations to our fifth Young Academy programme.
A new partnership will create opportunities for people in Stirling to develop ideas and take action that they believe will make a difference to their daily lives.
Today (14th December) New Philanthropy Capital (NPC) launches a unique impact guide for ventures developing innovations in the education sector for the Young Academy. There are many ventures developing great ideas to support this sector but ultimately, success will depend on persuading customers and investors that their idea really will make a difference. To achieve… → Read More
As The Prince’s Trust Youth Index reveals the pressures young people are dealing with, our blog looks at the impact they are having and how we are working to support and empower young people.
We have three pieces of good news from the Young Academy to help us ring in 2017 with positivity.
Lifting the ban on new grammar schools is part of Theresa May’s desire for “Britain to be the world’s great meritocracy”and today marks the end of the public consultation the Government launched on this issue. But if the expansion of grammar schools marks progress towards a more meritocratic society is this necessarily a good thing?… → Read More
Nat Defriend, our Director of Communities and Places, provides some thoughts on Louise Casey’s review into opportunity and integration released today.