Re-engaging the Hardest-to-Help Young People: the role of the Neighbourhood Support Fund

Sarah Golden, Thomas Spielhofer, David Sims, Sarah Jane Aiston , Lisa O'Donnell

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Abstract

The Neighbourhood Support Fund (NSF), which was launched in September 1999, aims to re-engage disaffected and disengaged young people aged 13 to 19 into education, training or employment. The DfES is providing £60 million over three years to fund over 660 NSF projects in 40 disadvantaged areas in England, with the aim that at least 15,000 young people will participate annually in the NSF. Three Managing Agents deliver NSF through local voluntary and community-based organisations which offer a range of activities and support for young people. The DfES commissioned NFER to undertake research to establish the extent to which the NSF is supporting the re-engagement of young people in education, training, employment or other structured activities. The results reported here are the key findings from the research which was carried out between July 2001 and March 2002. This included an analysis of NSF project management information and case-study visits to 20 projects.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherDepartment for Education and Skills
ISBN (Print)1841857734
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2002

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