The project research findings suggest that youth work which can contribute most to society necessitates time, depth, process, continuity, sustainability and autonomy. Project partners have coined the term Slow Youth Work to capture these and other elements, further explored and described in the research. The concept of Slow Youth Work is new and the project team hopes that the outputs produced during the project will stimulate a conversation about Slow Youth Work and increase the possibilities for it to happen through improved connection and understanding between young people, youth workers and youth work policy makers. The policy pack is there to provide further tools for a successful and well-informed exchange between youth workers, youth work advocates and policy makers.