Equality at work? explores the attitudes towards and the use of positive action aimed at addressing gender inequality in apprenticeships offered in sectors in which women are underrepresented in England.
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.
This report highlights the extent to which the system continues to let down young women and calls for urgent change to put equality and opportunity at the heart of the apprenticeship programme.
This 2017 survey shows that while around half of young people are getting by financially, the other half, an estimated 5 million 18 to 30 year olds, are struggling to make ends meet – including 1 million young people who are facing dire financial problems.
Between October 2016 and February 2017 we conducted research with mothers aged under 25 to find out what was important to them, and what they thought about work, children and employment support.
Our 2016 Annual report reveals a generation of young people despairing and anxious, many of whose lives are on hold because of serious financial, work and housing problems - with young women hit hardest.
This 2016 report looks at how young women continue to miss out on the many benefits apprenticeships have to offer.
The Clock turns back for young women report, published in 2015, shines a light on the realities of young women's lives in the 21st century.
Hundreds of thousands of young women are not earning or learning, but they want to be and they could be. This 2015 report looks at young women's worklessness and makes the case for urgent action.
This report from 2014 looks at the impact on women of being not in education, employment or training (NEET).