A guide sharing a range of examples and recommendations about how education and learning practitioners can apply and sustain peer-to-peer methods in their own work based on learning from the Share to Know European exchange project.
What we do
Read our latest research report, funded by the Welsh government, into the lived experience of over 350 people in three Welsh communities; Port Talbot, Connah’s Quay and Aberystwyth.
For a young person today, working out who you are and what you want to do is one of the key challenges you face upon entering adulthood. For those that face inequalities, this process can be especially laden with pitfalls and barriers. Our mission at The Young Foundation, to confront the inequalities that undermine our economy and corrode our wellbeing, means that we work on and with a fantastic… → Read More
Today The Young Foundation launches Valuing Place, its Welsh Government funded research into the lived experience of over 350 people in three Welsh communities; Port Talbot, Connah’s Quay and Aberystwyth.
Boosting youth resilience through a new action learning programme especially for Newham young people aged 9 to 11.
Louise Foreman reflects on the Share to Know learning event on peer-to-peer and collaborative methods we hosted last week.
Andy Dunbobbin, Community Research for Connah’s Quay on the Amplify Cymru programme gives his reflections on what the programme has meant for him, following the launch of our Valuing Place report last week.