This cartoon was created as part of the Catalyst Consortium’s report “Noticing the Change.” This report contains an overview of the process and learning undertaken by three youth organisations which agreed to pilot an outcomes approach in their work with young people, as set out in The Young Foundation’s 2012 report “A Framework of Outcomes for Young People.” This cartoon reflects on a learning journey undertaken by a group of British Red Cross educators to collectively explore the impact of their humanitarian education work with children and young people. The journey was driven by the desire for a more consistent and effective education programme capable of navigating the complex, diverse and fluid educational landscapes in which British Red Cross educators operate. Download a pdf version of this report.
Eyes on the Horizon, Feet on the Ground: A Journey to find Humanitarian Education Outcomes
Research led and directed by peer researchers on the Kickstart scheme explores the role social media plays in amplifying discrimination, hate and abuse.
This report explores young people’s experiences of racism on social media, developed and devised by a group of young Kickstart peer research recruits.
Our report addresses the ‘missions’ of the government’s Levelling Up White Paper and proposes action to work ‘radically differently’ by involving local people and communities to drive meaningful change.
Having struggled with her own mental health, 16-year-old Eva Woods is currently working as a peer researcher in secondary schools, talking to other young people seeking support.
We offer a platform to our Kickstart team, who have been employed by The Young Foundation to develop peer research skills. Here, they explore financial literacy.
A report designed and created by young people on the Kickstart scheme, exploring experiences of financial literacy.
The Young Foundation starts 2022 with a focus on collective energy. Helen Goulden reflects on the challenges and opportunities ahead.
Elly McDade had big dreams and bags of ambition, but struggled at school and found herself on Universal Credit – until finding the Kickstart peer researcher programme.