Our report, Picking up the Pieces found that around 1 in 10 young women reported experiencing forms of economic abuse. This briefing explores the data on economic abuse in more detail and links to support and resources from Surviving Economic Abuse (SEA).
Young women living in London face a triple threat of disadvantage, they are more likely to have lost their job, be shouldering unpaid work and experiencing mental ill health.
A pre-budget briefing from Young Women's Trust and UK Women's Budget Group, released in March 2020.
Young single people are not entitled to the same rate of housing welfare in the private rental sector as those over 35.
This report explores the role of Jobcentre Plus in the lives of young jobseekers, using London as a case study.
This report from Young Women's Trust, Trust for London, Timewise and Learning and Work Institute investigates the feasibility and scalability of part-time and flexible models of apprenticeships.
This report from our economic inactivity research project uncovers the reasons why so many young women are economically inactive and recommends new ways to support young women into work.