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We also know that the relationships that workers form with young people – because they are born out of spending time together, a willingness to have fun as well as educate, and of involvement in local community life – can be incredibly powerful (Jeffs and Snith 2010).Indeed, the research shows that they are much more powerful than many other mentoring relationships (see, for example Hirsch 2005). For those looking for the origins of what we now know as ‘youth work’, a common starting point is the development of Sunday Schools associated with churches and chapels in last few years of the eighteenth century, and, in particular, the activities of pioneers such as Robert Raikes and Hannah More as an important forerunner of the work.
It is to be provided ‘primarily by voluntary youth work organizations’ (Government of Ireland 2001). We know, for example, that those who belong to groups are happier and healthier than those who do not; and that neighbourhoods where there is community activity tend to be safer and economically active.They were a response to the social and spiritual situation that the pioneers found.