UK's poorest teenagers four times less likely to apply for university than better off peers
Teenagers from the most disadvantaged areas of the UK are four times less likely to apply for university than their more socially advantaged peers, official figures have revealed. Statistics suggest a young person’s chances of applying for a degree course depend heavily on where they live, with the number of those planning to go on to higher education falling in some areas of
Major international project to research radicalisation & fundamentalism
The University of Manchester is set to lead a new €5million international project, which explores how and why young people become radicalised. The DARE (Dialogue about Radicalisation and Equality) project includes 15 partners in 13 countries - Belgium, Croatia, France, Germany, Greece, Malta, Norway, Poland, Russian Federation, The Netherland...