Today, we are publishing the independent evaluation that Dr Margaret Carran, Senior Lecturer in Law and Deputy Associate Dean (Education), City Law School undertook for YGAM.
Between September and December 2017 YGAM will be offering ten jobs, based in Greater London or the North of England as we work with our partners to increase the geographical reach and social impact of the charity.
Minimising gambling or gaming-related harm among young people is a social purpose that everyone connected to YGAM shares. Working in strong collaboration with a large number of partners and stakeholders, we are ending 2016/17 in a strong position.
If you were given one day to try and make as much of a difference as possible to Londoners understanding of Gambling related harm, how would you do this?
In partnership with City, University of London, YGAM will publish Dr. Carran’s independent evaluation of the effectiveness of the YGAM gambling awareness programme at a joint symposium on Thursday 7th September 2017.