Give Us A Chance teams up with the Young Women’s Trust
Communities that Work is pleased to be supporting the Young Women’s Trust (YWT), as it works to improve the life chances and opportunities for economically inactive young women in England and Wales.
YWT supports and represents young women who are trapped by low pay or no pay and are at greatest risk of a lifetime of poverty.
308,000 young women aged 16-24 in the UK are considered economically inactive (EI), compared to just 164,000 young men. YWT is concerned that young women who are EI are missing out on vital support to help them move into work.
Communities that Work is teaming up with YWT to help provide supports to those women in need. Find out how you can help YWT here.
Housing sector’s contribution to recovery raised in parliamentary debate
Communities that Work welcomes the recognition of the housing sector's role in recovery and of the Housing and Employment Taskforce in a House of Lords debate on the economic lessons of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The recent wide-ranging debate by peers acknowledged the impact of the pandemic on lives...
The residents’ voice in employment support – latest blog on APPG Inquiry
This is the latest in a series of blogs about the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Housing and Employment. This Inquiry, set up by the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Housing and Social Mobility, aims to tackle the employment and earnings gap in social housing and is calling for evidence...