Almost two-thirds of young people (61%) feel pressure to look their best online, according to new research from the Be Real Campaign. The alarming report has also revealed that more than two thirds (67%) regularly worry about the way they look.
A report commissioned by Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner that concentrates on scoping the understanding and prevalence of the sexual exploitation of boys and young men in Brighton & Hove and East Sussex.
Inspired by young people, this document brings together more than 40 recommendations across our work areas to help put young people’s voices front and centre of the political debate.
As set out in our own 2020 Vision, we believe that being part of, and playing an active role in the YMCA Federation is an important element of who we are as a local YMCA.
The report was released ahead of the new Apprenticeship Levy that will require all UK employers with an annual wage bill of more than £3 million to pay a levy as part of the Government’s drive to create three million new Apprenticeships by 2020.
Young people are facing increasing pressures relating to their appearance. While a focus on the importance of appearance in society is by no means a new phenomenon, many young people today are struggling to escape the constant barrage of messages they receive about how they should look and how they should behave.