Street! will be launched at The Queens Hotel, Cheltenham on 11 October 2013 as part of the Cheltenham Literary Festival (4 - 13 October 2013).
The launch will preview some of our stories, showcase the IBM Reading Companion software and provide an opportunity for people to meet the writers (John Townsend & Philippa Bateman) and the artist (Tim Quinn, Marvel Comics).
Stay posted for more details on the launch of Street!
How a successful youth-led pilot project from IARS has led to the national roll-out of a digital project challenging Government policy on key issues affecting young people.
Addressing pivotal challenges Following a successful pilot blog project in London, Nominet Trust is funding the roll-out on a national scale of a youth-led research, campaign and digital participation programme to influence Government change on issues affecting young people.
A new tool that enables the comparison of the lives of young adults across England will play a key role in shaping future policy development
Rich and practically useful information A new tool is harnessing the power of modern web technologies to enable policy makers and the wider public to compare the educational, employment and personal circumstances of young adults in every neighbourhood across England for the first time.
That's the question we're hoping to answer as part of a crowdsourced research project we're undertaking. And we need your input!
We not looking to develop a list of examples of where digital technologies have been used to support young people's employment, enterprise or social action. Instead, we want to identify some of the core principles that really explain the how of using technology to support this group of individuals.
SLLP set to inspire individuals to get involved in decision-making and social action for their communities
A new project to deliver innovative information technology learning to local residents in Surrey is aiming to create an army of ‘digital citizens’.
With our investment, Surrey Lifelong Learning Partnership is launching a three-year project to enable approximately 1,000 local residents who have low qualifications, are out of work or are vulnerable in some way to benefit from the internet, social networking and computers in general. It is hoped the project will help to create ‘digital citizens’ with enhanced employability and life chances.