Canterbury Christ Church University is using social media to help to widen young people’s participation in the education and training of social workers
A new database of evidence from The SROI Network, about the work of organisations promoting social change aims to enhance learning and enable appropriate resource allocation
A new project from ivo.org is aiming to help young people create an online portfolio of their voluntary work experience – complete with endorsements.
An online peer-to-peer support network from A Very Good Company is giving young people the support and encouragement they need to pursue their dreams and future plans
Action in Rural Sussex is enabling young people to create apps for their local communities, encouraging greater awareness of skills and services – and enhanced engagement all round.
Birmingham project Ashram Housing is helping young people to express themselves to enable regional decision-makers to better understand the views of the people they represent
An intergenerational project in Wales from Citizens Online aims to enable young and old alike to broaden their horizons while also enhancing digital and social inclusion
Supporting Dyslexia Action to develop an online education platform to support vulnerable learners could lead to a scalable solution that benefits all children with dyslexia
Middlesex University are developing a personalised mobile app that aims to build bridges between young offenders and their youth workers to help tackle the issue of youth crime