- Action on Prejudice
- FMQT Next Generation
- #IWill Scotland
- Learning for Sustainability
- Participative Democracy Certificate
- National Youth Work Awards 2020
- Youth Work and the Attainment Challenge
Building Capacity for Collaboration
Youth work is an part of the Scottish education system, delivering CfE across communities and schools. The graphic below outlines where and how youth work can support positive learning outcomes for young people.
While there are many good examples of effective collaborations between youth work and schools, we are still learning about how best to build sustainable partnerships that support the best possible outcomes for young people. Now, more than ever, we need to build confidence and capacity to work together to meet the needs of young people who are already disproportionately affected by the current health crisis.
YouthLink Scotland is working to build capacity for collaboration in a number of different ways, as outlined below.
Youth Work & Schools Collaborative
The Youth Work and Schools Collaborative meets regularly to discuss the development of partnership working with schools.
Supporting Collaboration on the Ground
YouthLink Scotland's Youth Work and Schools Partnership team are supporting new approaches to collaboration.