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Araba Webber

Public Affairs and Policy Manager at vInspired
Araba sharpened her skills at TimeBank and as a Policy Advisor at the Cabinet Office before coming to vInspired. Her role means no two days are the same. She might be persuading an MP or Ministers to engage with our work, supporting vInspired's young volunteers to engage with politicians and Government or involving policy experts in vInspired's research. Araba loves cake and sport in equal measure, and when not visiting one of London's galleries, can be found learning to upholster.
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Araba Webber
on 10 October 2013
vInspired will be joining forces with a host of youth organisations for next month's Creative Collisions conference. Creative Collisions is a one day conference giving delegates the opportunity to share and discuss innovative approaches to supporting young people. The all-day event will take place on 6 November 2013. The event will be held in partnership with youth organisations The Foyer Federation, London Youth, NUS, National Youth Agency, NCVYS and UK Youth. Keynote spe...
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Araba Webber
on 11 February 2013
Young people from 15 youth organisations, including vInspired, have joined forces to write to the Education Secretary expressing their concern about his comments that youth policy is not a priority for central government. Together the organisations represent over eight million young people across the country. In a survey conducted to support the letter 92 per cent of the young people polled feel that the government does not do enough to show they care about young people and their futur...
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Araba Webber
on 29 January 2013
vInspired have joined over 20 youth organisations to challenge Michael Gove’s recent comments that youth policy is priority for local government and not central government. Below is an open letter to the Secretary of State with which our very own CEO is involved. Leaders of youth organisations can sign up to support the letter here. Dear Secretary of State As the leaders of a number of key youth charities in England we are writing to ask for urgent clarification of the re...
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Posted by
Araba Webber
on 31 May 2012
Last week saw the Government publish another set of NEET figures nudging the one million mark. In the same week, ‘Lost in Transition’, a report by the Work Foundation, argued that a lack of soft skills such as communication, team work and customer service, are preventing young people from securing work in the growing service sector. Rather than shrugging our shoulders at what seems like a hopeless situation, now is the time to be looking for more creative solutions to ...
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Posted by
Araba Webber
on 02 February 2012
We’re always hearing about ‘anti-social behaviour’ but we don’t hear much about its antithesis - pro-social behaviour. It sounds like something from ‘Brave New World’ but just means volunteering, involvement in decision making or local and community organisations. Commissioned by the last Government, the Department for Education (DfE) has just published research into pro-social behaviour of 16-19 year olds. It turns out that, contrary to media r...


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