The Young People’s Future Health Inquiry
Established by the Health Foundation, the Young People’s Future Health Inquiry is a cutting-edge project examining what building blocks young people need to build a healthy future. For more information please see the Health Foundation’s page for the Young People’s Future Health Inquiry.
Between the ages of 12 and 24, young people are making the transition from childhood to adulthood, from education to work. These are life-defining transitions and play a big part in people’s prospects for good health.
To build a complete picture of the fundamentals required for a healthy future, the Health Foundation partnered with Leaders Unlocked to hear directly from young people about their experiences, hopes and concerns for the future.
Leaders Unlocked recruited young researchers in five areas of the UK to work on the Inquiry. These young researchers talked to other young people in their communities and fed back their findings to the Health Foundation, UK experts, and local system leaders.