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How to help young people after the pandemic?

The pandemic has had a dramatic impact on younger generations. Children have faced hours of lost learning, meanwhile for school leavers, the labour market has become increasingly impenetrable. This panel will discuss what more can be done to deliver aspiration and opportunity to young people, particularly for the most disadvantaged or vulnerable.

Please find a recording of the event below.

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Speakers

Details

October 3, 2021
16:15-
17:15

Location

Room 11, Edwardian Manchester Hotel

This event is kindly supported by Speakers for Schools

Speakers:

  • Gillian Keegan MP, Minister for Care and Mental Health
  • Jonathan Gullis MP, Member of Parliament for Stoke-on-Trent North
  • Andrew Bowie MP, Conservative Vice Chairman of Youth
  • Rachael Saunders, Education and Policy Director, Speakers for Schools

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