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We‘re Skint; Young People’s Experience of the Cost of Living Crisis (End Child Poverty)

We‘re Skint; Young People’s Experience of the Cost of Living Crisis (End Child Poverty)

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The Skint report is a youth-led, UK-based young people aged 16-25 years’ perspective on how young people are experiencing the cost-of-living crisis. The report was based on a survey response from 476 young people. The youth voice giving clear recommendations to policy makers and politicians, including the urgency of the situation. Findings - 97% said they thought the rising cost of living was a problem for young people aged 16-25 today. 98% of respondents are in some way worrying about their future in relation to the cost-of-living crisis.

Key Stage: 1, 2, 3, 4
Social Issue: Poverty
YSA Step: Explore, Act, Reflect
Resource type: Key Overview, Report
Owner: External Org

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