20 -25 years
“Additionally,according to research by the Institute for Fiscal Studies in 2014, men and young people are hit hardest by the shrinking of wages following the financial crisis. According to figures from the Department of Work and Pensions, young men make up the majority of new claimants for the UK government’s new Universal Credit benefits system”.
As in the first life cycle point, this is also a point at which we engage fathers who are not in education, employment or training. We use the same methodologies, but focus also on agencies that come across young fathers in this position.
Our logic model is based on evidence that building trusting relationships where all the boys and young men we work with, whether through structured school and youth project programmes or individual casework, outreach work, experience a genuine sense that we care and believe they can change their lives, and are willing to support them in this endeavour, their lives do change for the better.
||Fathers development projects
||Talent match-young father’s project