Tanzanian youth are failing to find a foothold in this growing economy. This chapter identifies policies that can increase the productivity of overall employment, with a special focus on transition into the labour market for the youth population. #DIYCSAE
How do voters think youth crime should be tackled? Labour voters are more likely to favour preventative schemes and improving social care, whilst Tory voters would prefer an increased police presence and harsher sentencing
“Of the approximately 1.2 million young people entering the labour market each year, almost two-thirds remain outside of employment, education or training. Addressing youth unemployment remains my foremost priority, and this is something I want to reiterate here today.” #SONA2020
The EU28 youth unemployment was considerably higher, at 14.1%. This is unacceptably too high. Helping young people enter and stay in the labour market is our priority. More in our Youth Guarantee programme →
It was a pleasure welcoming UK youth climate strikers and to parliament. Young people will be the most affected by climate change - seeing them take charge of their future is inspiring. Labour's committed to working with young people campaigning to save our planet.
The Tories have slashed £1 billion from youth services and over 750 youth centres have closed. As Youth Work Week begins, I promise Labour will fix the Tory crisis in youth services - as we make sure every young person gets the support they need to fulfil their potential. #YWW19
Under the spending on youth services has been cut by 52% and 600 youth clubs have closed. The next Labour government will ensure that youth services support our young people and tackle the causes of crime.
The Tories have slashed £1 billion from youth services. Our young people deserve better than this. Our young people deserve a Labour Government that will invest in them and their future. Agree? ?
After a decade of cuts, thousands of youth workers have lost their jobs and youth services have been devastated. You can’t trust Boris Johnson and the Tories with the futures of young people. Labour will invest in and rebuild vital youth services. #YWW19
With each young person we only have one chance to get it right. Labour will fix the crisis in our youth services by supporting and empowering young people.
The £1 billion in Tory cuts to youth services mean that too many young people have nowhere to go, nothing to do and no one to help them with their problems. Labour will invest in young people.