To raise the profile of issues which affect and concern young people; to encourage dialogue between parliamentarians, young people and youth services; and to encourage a co-ordinated and coherent approach to policy making on youth affairs.
Serious youth violence - Home Affairs Committee - House of Commons
Found: people each year. Restless Development coordinates Youth Power - the campaign to support young people and
3. 2nd African Girls Summit: speech by DFID Country Director Philip Smith
26/11/2018 - Department for International Development
- View source
Found: Social Protection, AU Commissioner for Social Affairs, traditional and religious leaders, development
Found: evidence - National Youth AgencyWritten evidence submitted by the National Youth Agency [ACS 031] Executive
5. Letter to the Home Secretary on the Chair's re-election as Chair of the Committee dated 5 February 2020
08/04/2020 - Inquiry: Letter to the Home Secretary on the Chair's re-election as Chair of the Committee dated 5 February 2020 - Home Affairs Committee
- View source
Home Affairs Committee
Committee Office House of Commons London SW1A 0AA
Tel +44 (0)20 7219 2049
1. Youth Services
24/07/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: House has considered the role and sufficiency of youth services.The Government have called this - Speech Link
2: Friend join me in paying tribute to the voluntary youth workers, both in my constituency of Crawley and - Speech Link
2. Serious Violence
15/05/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: nurses who fight to save lives; I have talked to youth workers, who try to turn people away from violence; - Speech Link
2: but the reality on the ground is that locally our youth services have been cut, our school budgets have - Speech Link
3: Government help these excellent Members of the Youth Parliament get the message out to other people that - Speech Link
3. House of Lords Commission
28/01/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: of Lord Haskel and Lord Thurlow.Economic Affairs CommitteeThat, as proposed by the Committee - Speech Link
2: appointment of a time-limited special inquiry into youth unemployment. These give effect to recommendations - Speech Link
4. Oral Answers to Questions
11/04/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: authorities’ duty to provide appropriate local youth services. In addition, I am delighted to announce - Speech Link
2: parliamentary group on youth affairs. Evidence submitted to our recent cross-party inquiry into youth work shows - Speech Link
3: report on youth policy and funding. The Office for Civil Society has allocated £195 million to youth programmes - Speech Link
5. Full-time Social Action
08/05/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: debate. I also thank City Year UK and the National Youth Agency for their important work, and for their help - Speech Link
2: Gentleman will agree that we can do more to reinstate youth clubs, which played a vital role in the past. Does - Speech Link
3: agree that youth work is important; I am very involved in that through the National Youth Agency, which - Speech Link
APPGs can register with Parallel Parliament and submit files and articles to be placed here.
Parallel Parliament offers the facility for APPGs to submit written content and files, which are made available through this page.
Submitters can draft and edit publications, and either release them on demand, or schedule release for a future date.
Both text content and attached files submitted through this facility is indexed by our website, and made available through both the search function and relevant e-mail alerts. Any of our users registered for an alert which matches your content, will receive a link making them aware of its publication.
If you wish to register as an authorised representative of the Youth Affairs APPG and use this facility, click below
Jo Gideon MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 8131.
Public Enquiry Point:
David Bridson, YMCA England & Wales, 10-11 Charterhouse Square, London EC1M 6EH. Tel: 020 7186 9553
No direct financial benefits are on record for the Youth Affairs APPG