• Continue to support the #iwill campaign, by working with Step Up To Serve to ensure all young people, from all backgrounds, have the opportunity to engage in meaningful youth social action opportunities
  • Position youth social action principles at the heart of Department for Digital Culture, Media and Sport to empower young people
  • Share our evidence and best practice from the programmes we deliver within the youth sector
  • Recognise and celebrate volunteers, including young people aged 10 to 20, through the Prime Minister’s Points of Light award
  • Continue investing in youth social action. Through collaboration and partnerships, the government and Big Lottery Fund has invested £40 million to establish the #iwill Fund, which creates opportunities for 10 to 20 year olds to take part in Social Action building on the continued success of the National and Local Youth Social Action Fund’s
  • Continue to work with the NCS Trust to grow National Citizen Service (NCS) and to establish the NCS Trust as a new public body
  • Work to ensure that young people of all backgrounds and abilities have the opportunity to benefit from sport and physical activity
  • Continue to ensure that young people are involved in the events and activity commemorating the centenary of WW1