Take part in this survey on London youth-deadline 7thDecember

A message from members Partnership for Young London

Please take part in our regional survey, this is a cross-sector collaboration with the Centre for Youth Impact, London Youth, London Councils, Partnership for Young London and the GLA to shape our collective responses to Covid19.

We have two aspects to this work, one survey focused on the

youth sector

and infrastructure and one on

local authorities.

This will be further supported by a youth-led research piece with young Londoners. We would encourage you to complete the relevant survey and also share these across your networks. Londoners are rightly ambitious to see a more equitable and sustainable London post COVID and we are keen to act with urgency. Young people have been particularly hit hard by the pandemic. By providing us with your input today we can work together to support them more effectively.

  • Youth Sector Data Hub for London Survey (for the youth sector and infrastructure groups) is a collaborative effort to collect important data from youth sector organisations across the region so that together we build a greater understanding of what is needed on the frontline. Please complete by the 7th December
  • Local Authorities Survey – A similar survey is being facilitated by London Councils and the GLA and will be targeting key contacts within councils. Please complete this survey by the 2nd December and contact Samira.Islam@londoncouncils.gov.uk if you need any further details.
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