As a group of social housing providers across England, we have joined forces to create a consortium to build influence on behalf of our members. By working together, developing new ideas and influencing national policy we aim to put social housing providers at the heart of the employment and skills agenda.
PwC recently reported that high youth unemployment is costing the British economy £45bn per year. The proportion of 16 to 24 year olds not in education, employment or training – known as NEETs – is sitting at 17%. PwC’s chief economist John Hawksworth said that more high-quality apprenticeshi...Read more
Give us a Chance and Peter Aldous MP welcomed over 120 guests to the House of Commons Terrace on 3rd November. It was an evening of celebration and inspiring stories, from just a few of the people that GUAC members have helped into work over the past 12 months, drawn from a dazzling array of high qu...Read more