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    Blog:Top tips for using the new YEF Toolkit

    Last week, we launched the YEF Toolkit – an accessible, online tool that provides free-to-use summaries of the best available research on what works to prevent children becoming involved in violence. We’ve developed the Toolkit to help police forces, local authorities, youth charities, school leaders and others use evidence when making decisions about how best…
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    Blog:Home Secretary launches YEF Toolkit

    This week, we hosted a special event with Home Secretary, Priti Patel, to launch the Youth Endowment Fund’s flagship Toolkit. We were joined by the Minister for Safeguarding, Victoria Atkins MP, and an expert panel of speakers to discuss the importance of evidence-informed services to keep children and young people safe from violence. Our Toolkit…
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    Blog:Making the evidence work for you: the Youth Endowment Fund Toolkit

    Launched today, the YEF Toolkit is one way we’ll make sure that the best available research on preventing violence is translated into change.   
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    Blog:Building safer neighbourhoods: our approach to focusing our place-based work

    When we were developing our plans, it became clear that a lot of violent crime happens in very specific local areas. So, to make a difference, we committed to place-based funding, including our Neighbourhood Fund.
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    Blog:The Youth Endowment Fund, the #iwill Fund and the Co-op join together, empowering young people to create a fairer world

    The unique partnership will see the Youth Endowment Fund, the #iwill Fund (a joint investment between The National Lottery Community Fund and Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport) and the Co-op  come together with the shared objective of creating a fairer world for young people, so that every young person can live a life…
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    Blog:Giving children another chance – new £20m fund launched

    The Youth Endowment Fund announces a fund worth up to £20 million to find out what works to keep children out of the criminal justice system. The Youth Endowment Fund (YEF) has today announced a new fund of up to £20 million, to find out how diversionary programmes can keep children out of the criminal justice system. Whether it’s…
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