Young Person's Guarantee - implementation: progress report
Report highlighting the progress made against the initial recommendations contained within the Youth Guarantee - No-one Left Behind: initial report, as well as outlining the next steps against the commitments made in the supporting activity plan.
The Young Person’s Guarantee aims to ensure that every person between 16 and 24 has the opportunity of a job, apprenticeship, further or higher education, training programme or volunteering. Since its official launch in November 2020, the Scottish Government has been working with partners and stakeholders to take forward the recommendations contained within the initial report and deliver the ambition of the Young Person’s Guarantee.
This report outlines the progress made, set against the commitments with the Young Person’s Guarantee Activity Plan, as well as detailing what further steps need to be taken. Publication of the progress report is accompanied by the Key Performance Indicators, which as part of the broader Measurement and Evaluation Framework, will support our understanding of the impact of the Young Person’s Guarantee across a range of economic, education and equalities outcomes.
Young Person's Guarantee Implementation Progress Report 48 page PDF 1.5 MB
Young Person's Guarantee Key Performance Indicators 11 page PDF 548.5 kB
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