Ensuring the voice, wellbeing and leadership of our youth help drive transformative change
The Ministry of Youth Development (MYD) - Te Manatū Whakahiato Taiohi and other funders have over a number of years invested in youth enterprise initiatives and participated in the development of the sector through collaborative, youth-centric programmes.
We know young people are among the hardest hit in the post COVID-19 work environment. This is an opportunity to explore the expanding youth enterprise and entrepreneurship education space to accelerate improved outcomes for rangatahi.
In order to improve outcomes for youth entrepreneurship initiatives, we needed to know what ‘good’ outcomes looked like. MYD, in collaboration with The Prince’s Trust Aotearoa New Zealand and Aotearoa New Zealand’s youth enterprise ecosystem, have developed a Youth Enterprise Outcomes framework - Efficacy, Economy and Equity.
Te Kete Aronui Report
Understanding what ‘good’ looks like in youth entrepreneurship initiatives
The project emerged from three key conditions, was organised by three big questions and produced three emerging themes - Efficacy, Economy and Equity.
Click here to view the Report that was produced as a result of our findings.