Projects

Blogs

Bold partnerships drive youth engagement in arts and culture

By Sarah Lanchin
on 22 August 2019 , 5 minute read

In this guest blog, Sarah Lanchin, policy adviser for children and young people at The National Lottery Heritage Fund, explores their approach to involving young people in the projects they fund.

Events & Training

Launch event: Engaging young people in the arts

On 4 October 2019, 1:45 pm4:00 pm
at Upper Ground, Lambeth

At this invite only event, we will discuss the findings of our research, hear young people’s stories and build connections with others that are working hard to engage young people in arts and culture.

Resources

Snaphots of the sector

on 16 August 2019
Photo of Charlotte Lamb
Blogs

My best life

on 18 July 2019 , 5 minute read

Introducing our new open and collaborative initiative to develop digital solutions to the challenges young people face.

Resources

Walking the Talk

on 9 July 2019

Walking the Talk is our cross-sector partnership to help charities improve their diversity

Picture of a woman taking a photo of street art on her phone.
Blogs

Can technology make us less lonely?

By Michelle Man and Thomas Abrams.
on 21 June 2019 , 5 minute read

Almost a third of groups we looked at are prioritising technology to overcome loneliness among young people. Here's how...

Blogs

Strength in numbers: Co-development of the Youth Investment Fund’s shared evaluation framework

By Karen Scalon & Kevin Franks
on 2 May 2019

NPC and CYI are launching the evaluation framework of the Youth Investment Fund (YIF) learning project. It provides the structure for the largest shared evaluation of open access youth provision in the UK to date and was co designed with over 90 YIF grantees.

Resources

Youth Investment Fund: Learning and insight paper one

on 30 April 2019

This paper describes the shared evaluation framework that has been developed across the 90 YIF-funded organisations. It is aimed at anyone working within, supporting or providing funding and resources for informal and non-formal learning provision for young people in the UK.

Blogs

Deciding where to draw the line: Defining arts and culture

on 6 March 2019

What is art? It might seem academic but for charities trying to engage young people in culture, defining arts and culture matters.

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Blogs

Help us make theory of change even more useful

on 12 February 2019

Over the next few months, with the support of the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, we are going to be rewriting and redesigning our guidance on theory of change and we want your help.

Blogs

How charities are influencing change in prisons: What we’ve found so far

on 5 February 2019

In the face of massive budget cuts, turnover in political leadership, and a rising prison population, is there anything charities can do to improve the situation in prisons? Sally Bagwell, Deputy Head of Charities, outlines the findings of new research.

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