Too often, a token ‘young person’ is used as a barometer for all young people. Looking back on three Hear It Podcast guests on how best to work with youth audiences.Read more "Working with Young People"
After months of digesting a stack of research papers and about to get things into design…the Coronavirus struck. It was inconceivable to put this research report out and speculate on the year ahead for children and young people without contextualising everything with the pandemic in mind. Engaging Youth 2020 is out now – download here […]Read more "Engaging Youth 2020 – Research Report on Children and Young People in the UK"
How are trends in the way young people are using technology and communicating informing your work? Ofcom just dropped their Children and Parents media use and attitudes 2019 report, a global report highlighted the challenges in UK online safety for children this week and the UK Government have just announced a number of changes to […]Read more "What the latest data tells us about young people’s lives online"
In the third blog based on Thread & Fable’s Engaging Youth 2019 research, we take a look at what the data is telling us when it comes to study and work prospects for UK youth. Girls out-perform boys – but at what cost? Whilst socio-economic disparities play a significant part of the story when it […]Read more "ABC’s to Paychecks – what the data tells us about study and prospects for Gen Z"
In our second blog based on Thread & Fable’s Engaging Youth 2019 research and the latest findings that have been out since, we take a wonder through the key relationships surrounding young people and how these can shape and inform our approach to engaging them. No matter what product or service you’re offering, or […]Read more "You can’t pick your family, but you can curate everything else"
We trawled through the research on youth health and wellbeing so you don’t have toRead more "Are we ignoring youth health?"