Through its close work with young people for nearly 20 years, EiA has become concerned that there are lasting impacts from the pandemic that are affecting them, especially Gen Z, prompting a desire to explore this in more depth. This is the first research programme that EiA has undertaken and we are delighted to have Porticus as our sponsor.

The study will involve Gen Z, employers and Universities to identify the challenges they are facing and develop solutions to help address the impact on young people’s mental health and wellbeing and build their confidence to apply for jobs and or set their own businesses up

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