(2006). Connexions Moving Towards Children's Trusts. En ligne : <http://www.dfes.gov.uk/ ... ta/uploadfiles/RW81.pdf>.
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In November 2004, a project was launched by the Department for Education and Skills (DfES) to facilitate discussions and explore issues in moving the delivery of Connexions towards childrenâ€™s trust processes as set out in Every Child Matters (ECM). Children's trusts are strategic partnerships set up to look at the direction of children's services in some local authorities and to prompt development of the integrated services agenda. This includes assessing how the delivery of front-line services for children and young people can be better integrated through joint planning and commissioning.
The Youth Matters Green paper produced as part of the Integrated Youth Services
Agenda outlines the Government's proposals for a greater integration of services for children and young people, primarily focused at a local authority level. Integrated planning and commissioning of services are key ingredients, with the aim of encouraging and enabling partner agencies to design, implement and deliver services for children and young people jointly. Such activity has as its ultimate goal achieving the best outcomes for children and young people.
The aim of this study was to explore and evaluate the key issues emerging in moving the delivery of Connexions towards childrenâ€™s trust processes. Twelve Connexions partnerships were invited to share their experiences. They were selected as areas developing different approaches to service alignmentIII according to local circumstances.
The study sought to identify which change processes work well, outline any difficulties and how they were overcome, and disseminate lessons learned.
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