How can the practices of organising work placements be improved to match a young person’s aspirations?
This dissertation was presented by Elisha Fisher as part of her degree of MEd in Community Learning and Development at the School of Education, University of Aberdeen.

This resource was developed for those delivering educational work with a focus on domestic abuse and gender-based violence. It was developed as part of LGBT Youth Scotland’s LGBT Domestic Abuse project and the youth-led domestic abuse project ‘Voices Unheard’ and created using tools developed with and for young people.

 Tobacco-Free Generation is a resource designed to provide youth groups and youth workers with the information, resources, activities, guidance and support that they need to develop and deliver well-informed and effective tobacco prevention activities with the young people that they support.