Insight report: the future of work for young women in KilifiIn this report, WONDER Foundation highlights the need to equip women in rural Kenya with a diverse skill set so they can adapt and thrive in the post-COVID world.
Insight report: the need for nurses in DR CongoThis report sets out the situation of the healthcare sector in DR Congo, providing context as to why training nurses is essential to driving change in this sector.
Le besoin d’infirmiers en République démocratique du CongoCe rapport présente la situation du secteur des soins de santé en RD Congo, et explique pourquoi la formation des infirmiers est essentielle au changement dans ce secteur.
The Spalding Method: an evaluation for the Baytree CentreA study conducted by Dr Greg Brooks and Dr Maxine Burton to evaluate the impact of the Baytree Centre’s application of the Spalding Method to teaching female adult learners English.
Integration Green Paper: Wonder’s Written ResponseWe have been raising awareness of the barriers that vulnerable female migrants face when learning English in the UK, and the wider challenges to integration that they face.
Easier Transitions: Helping Young People Across Europe Get into WorkThis report records and evaluates the findings of the Easier Transitions project, aimed to empower both youth workers and young people to reflect on the value of informal education.
Knowing Me, Knowing You (Europe-level Policy): Erasmus ExchangesAs part of our Erasmus+ funded programme, Knowing Me Knowing You, young people were invited to develop and submit policy ideas to facilitate migrant interation in Europe.
Knowing Me, Knowing You (Local-level Policy): Children’s CentresAs part of our Erasmus+ funded programme, Knowing Me Knowing You, young people were invited to develop and submit policy ideas to facilitate migrant interation in Europe.
Women in Kazakhstan (insight report)This report, written by Jans Mynbayeva, provides an insight into the situation for women in Kazakhstan, a diverse country with huge resources and great potential, as well as more specifically into the country’s hospitality sector.
Women Breaking the English BarrierThis report reveals that vulnerable refugee women living in the UK face significant barriers to learning English and provides recommendations for the government to meet the complex needs of these women.
English: the gateway to wellbeingRaising awareness of the need for and the value of continuing migrant women and girls’ education and empowerment when they arrive in London.
How confident are healthcare professionals in addressing FGM?This study, written by Dr Raheal Gabrasadig, shows that around 3/4 of healthcare professionals face barriers that prevent them from speaking to patients about FGM.
Female Genital Mutilation Risk in WestminsterThis report reveals that an estimated 770 Westminster schoolgirls aged between 3-18 may be at risk of FGM, and that over 40% of them are from countries where FGM is practised.
Here you will find a selection of youth work resources. These have been developed as part of Red:GLOW, and will support you in addressing a range of topics around gender and leadership.