We asked some of our bloggers to respond to this month’s Digital Etiquette feature. Here’s what they had to say… By Mark Walley (,... More

Things take time. It's been five years since, as then-fairly-new editor of Youthwork magazine, I first expressed a desire to try to publish a... More


Jamie Cutteridge reflects on his year as intern at Youthwork mag.Children, a piece of advice. When a 30-something man from the internet that... More


Ayana Witherspoon, an English Literature student from Pepperdine University in Malibu, reflects on her month spent in London, interning at Youthwork... More

A word from Premier Childrenswork co-editor Sam DonoghueIf you have the deep joy of following me on Twitter you will know that the background... More


Laura Haddow contemplates the delights of festival season...Sat in the grounds of Wiston House this weekend, whilst drinking a non alcoholic... More


Martin Saunders bows out as editor of Youthwork magazine.After seven years in charge of this magazine, I’m handing over the reins to my brilliant,... More


Jamie Cutteridge reflects on the Youthwork Summit... Let me be honest. I heard about the 'surprise' ending to the Youthwork Summit on the way... More


Martin Saunders reflects on the surprise box office hit, The Help, and what it has to say to the Church in 2011...Every summer seems to bring... More


In the midst of the euphoria of Britpop, the lyric that sticks with me comes in Blur’s ‘Country House’ where Damon Albarn declared that he was... More