#iwill Fund Learning Hub Releases Two New Papers
Impact Accelerator Initial Insights Report
This paper was produced as part of the #iwill Learning Hub’s Quality Practice workstream, which seeks to identify strengths and weaknesses in youth social action delivery by supporting learning and improvement amongst delivery organisations and sharing the resulting learning with funders and beyond. At the core of this workstream is a 12-month learning and evaluation scheme called the Impact Accelerator.
The work is led by Generation Change, who are the authors of this paper.
Dartington’s Service Design Lab’s work leading the #iwill Fund Learning Hub.
The Socio-Economic Participation Gap in Youth Social Action
This paper explores the gap in youth social action participation based on young people’s socio-economic status. The paper presents what is known about the gap in participation, the likely drivers of the gap and potential effective approaches to recruiting more young people from lower socio-economic groups.
This report was produced as part of Dartington’s Service Design Lab’s work leading the #iwill Fund Learning Hub.