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The Full-Time Social Action review

By February 28, 2018National News

This January, DCMS published The Steve Holliday report into Full Time Social Action. The independent review examines how best to support young people (aged 16-25) through Full-Time Social Action programmes (at least 16 hours per week for 6 months or more).

The review finds that social action develops a young person’s life chances, contributes to government priorities such as greater social inclusion and mobility, more action is needed to engage disadvantaged groups, and more non-legislative changes could be made to embed FTSA programmes in life in the UK.


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