The impact of COVID-19 on young people in university and at work

The impact of COVID-19 on young people in university and at work

Jose Vinaixa Kinnear was a Policy and Communications Intern with AYPH in the autumn of 2021, helping with the final stages of publication and dissemination of the next edition of ‘Key Data on Young People’.  In this blog he shares the findings that struck him as...
How could the Government Spending Review deliver for young people?

How could the Government Spending Review deliver for young people?

In the wake of the Government’s 2021 Spending Review, AYPH’s Rachael McKeown outlines the ways in which central government should be supporting young people as they recover from the impact of the pandemic on their lives. The Government has announced its plans for how...
The impact of Covid-19 on young people

The impact of Covid-19 on young people

For the vast majority of children and young people Covid-19 vaccination is not recommended at the moment due to the low level of risk facing young people.  Currently those aged 16 and above who are clinically extremely vulnerable and a small number of those aged 12-15...
Exploring the experiences of students during Covid-19

Exploring the experiences of students during Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic forced everyone to change their way of living. Some of those most affected have been students, as school and university was cancelled and teaching was moved online. Currently, schools have reopened, but most university courses remain online. We...
Young people and Covid-19: where are we up to?

Young people and Covid-19: where are we up to?

Recognising the tyranny of the mean, worrying about the exacerbation of health inequalities, and watching out for the slow-burn effects:  what we learned from summarising the evidence on the impact of Covid-19 on young people.  AYPH’s Research Lead, Ann Hagell, takes...