National Youth Work Conference 2024 - Share your Practice!

The call for workshop proposals and Link magazine articles is now open. The deadline for submissions has been extended to Friday 7th June.

Every year we use our Link Magazine and conference workshops to promote and share best practice and develop skills. 

The call for workshop proposals and Link Magazine articles is now open.  Please download the form below and return by Friday 7th June.

We are looking for proposals which demonstrate strong practice examples, new initiatives, ground-breaking work, radical approaches, tried and tested, policy change work, pilot projects, peer education, research and examples of partnership working.   

From mental health to digital literacy, from education to youth justice, we’ll showcase examples of youth work’s effective preventative action and its impact on individual and community well-being.   

We welcome insightful discussions, data-driven research, real-life examples, and inspiring stories of partnership working, policy changes, pilot projects, peer education, and established practices within youth work. Let’s shed light on the immense impact youth work has on how youth work’s ‘upstream’ approach can build resilience, develop skills, promote healthy lifestyles – and ultimately change lives for the better. 

Find out more about this year’s National Youth Work Conference being held on Tuesday 5th November in Glasgow where we’ll be examining how youth work’s early interventions not only repairs but prevents fractures in our communities.

Workshop and Link Magazine Proposals Form
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