Holistic youth policy interventions

#policymakers Policy Note

Inequalities in educational attainment, labour market precarity and affordability issues on the housing market imply new social vulnerabilities for young people, with which traditional welfare services often struggle to cope.

A promising response has been the development of new types of integrated services which aim to tackle complex social problems in holistic, process-oriented and personalized ways and which put the aspirations and agency of young people at the centre.

Based on the findings of the UPLIFT project, this policy brief aims to provide policy makers with inspiring examples of holistic youth policy interventions and articulate key takeaways.

Languages: English

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