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Issue details

York Youth Community Action and Volunteering

Purpose of report: To consider the outcomes, impact and lessons learned from the Government funded York Youth Community Action Programme 2010, and the best ways to ensure its legacy is sustained.

The Executive Member is asked to: Consider the results of the programme.

Decision type: Non-key

Decision status: Decision Made

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Level of Risk: 01-03 Acceptable;

Decision due: 08/03/11 by Executive Member for Children & Young People's Services

Lead member: Executive Member for Children & Young People's Services

Lead director: Corporate Director of Children, Education and Communities

Department: Directorate of Adults, Children & Education

Contact: Julia Massey, Learning City York, Partnerships Email: julia.massey@york.gov.uk Email: julia.massey@york.gov.uk.

Consultation process

Consultation for the report’s findings and recommendations has taken place with key stakeholders that helped deliver the York Youth Community Action Programme 2010, including York Cares, York Council for Voluntary Service (York CVS), schools, voluntary, statutory and community organisations that delivered activities and opportunities and young people themselves. The recommendations have also been informed by the Volunteering City Working Group, co-ordinated by York CVS, which met on 30 November 2010 to develop a shared vision for youth volunteering in the city. Representatives of the voluntary, statutory and private sectors attended.

Making Representations: By email to the report author Julia Massey Email: julia.massey@york.gov.uk


Agenda items


  • Committee Report for York Youth Community Action and Volunteering  


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