Meetings & Events

In 2018/19 the APPG for Youth Employment will look closely at three topics that impact on youth employment. For each topic the APPG will hold a series of meetings where in the first meeting an external expert will be asked to give evidence on that topic, at the 2nd meeting MP’s and organisations from constituencies around the UK will be invited to give evidence and at the 3rd meeting the relevant Minister will be invited to attend and present.

During each series an inquiry will be launched inviting organisations to respond to questions relating to that topic. The responses will be gathered and presented to the relevant Minister/and or colleagues from the department and published at the end of each series.

Series 4 –  The role of the family in supporting young people into employment

Download the APPG – Inquiry into the role of the family  Please follow the guidelines on inquiry submissions carefully. Responses submitted that do not comply with the guidelines will be returned.

10th September – 2:30pm – 4pm – Tottenham Hotspur

22nd October – 3pm – 4pm – Committee Room 18 – The AGM for the APPG will take place before this meeting.

10th December – 3pm – 4pm – Committee Room TBC

Due to additional security in Westminster delegates attending must be registered for each event in advance and present a pass to security at Westminster Hall. Please use the meeting links to book on to each meeting.

Please note that places are limited at the APPG for Youth Employment meetings and priority places are given to members of Youth Employment UK.

You will need to arrive at least 30 minutes ahead of the session to clear through secuirty.

Please keep an eye on social media throughout the day of the APPG for notice of any last minute room changes, The Houses of Parliament reserve all rights to make last minute changes and even cancellations. Follow @YEUK2012 for information.

www.youthemployment.org.uk

info@youthemployment.org.uk

2 thoughts on “Meetings & Events

  1. I am interested in the series on barriers facing young people furthest from the labour market, as we are running a new ‘Action Learning for Employability’ course with homeless young job-seekers in partnership with Milton Keynes YMCA March-July 2017, and I would like to exchange findings and ideas about what works best for this group.

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    • Hi Tom, Apologies for the delayed response, the APPG was suspended during the General Election and whilst Government has been in recess. This series has just gone live and you are now welcome to submit a response to it. Please see the page on meetings for further information. Do not hesitate to contact us if you require further information. Kind Regards, LJ

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