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Listening to our future – Early findings from the Health Foundation’s Young people’s future health inquiry June 2018

Currently there are approximately 10.5 million young people, aged 12 – 24, living in the UK facing an insecure future with many rites of passage into adulthood, such as leaving home or a getting a secure job, inaccessible to them due to changes in the housing and employment markets and family structures.  This is important because these are the foundations of a future healthy life.

This first report from the Health Foundation’s Young people’s future health inquiry describes the findings from a piece of engagement research, informed by direct conversations with young people around the UK.  To read an overview of the initial findings and to get the link to the full report please login to the Members Area.