Evaluation of National Citizen Service pilots: interim report

Document type
Report
Corporate author(s)
New Philanthropy Capital; Office for Public Management (London, England); National Centre for Social Research (Great Britain)
Publisher
NatCen Social Research
Date of publication
1 May 2012
Subject(s)
Community Development and Regeneration, Children and Young People
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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National Citizen Service (NCS) is one of the Coalition Government's flagship initiatives for building a bigger, stronger society. The programme aims to be a rite of passage for all 16 year olds and help to promote a more cohesive, responsible and active society. It is a summer programme involving residential and at-home components in which young people come together as a team to design and carry out a social action project in their local area.

NCS had three broad aims at the outset of the programme: to make society more cohesive, more responsible and more engaged. The evaluation has identified impacts on young people in relation to four outcomes that contribute to these three core aims.

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