This new work stream enables us to respond with dynamism and flexibility to the evolving needs of the young people we serve.
As a small organisation, we have always taken opportunities to respond with agility and creativity to the challenges facing young refugees and asylum seekers. One example of this is our Youth on the Move programme which, over the course of three years, provided support to young people facing the reality of forced return to Afghanistan and led to the publication of our ground-breaking research into what happens to former child asylum seekers who'd been sent back there after turning 18.
Now, as RSN gets bigger and our core programme areas become more established, we still want to stay agile and creative. That's why we've written innovation into our new strategy, creating opportunities across RSN and our team for new ways of doing things.
The current focus of our innovation stream is our values-based youth leadership course.