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Perhaps the tide is turning, but the struggle to stay afloat continues

I’ll resist sliding into what seems the standard ‘youth sector’ account of anything it does, namely somehow that it’s always overwhelmingly new, innovative and inspiring. My caution aside the reports from the medley of ‘Is the tide turning’ events and discussions held in the last week or so do give grounds for a measure of hope and optimism. 323 more words

In Defence

Reflection: Dialogue: Action: - "Expressions of faith in Youth Work", November 18 in Derby

Reflection: Dialogue: Action: – “Expressions of faith in Youth Work”

18 November from 9:30–14:30 in the Britannia Mill, DE22 3BL Derby

An opportunity and reflective space for youth work practitioners of all faiths and none, to gather in exploration, dialogue and recognition of the positive & diverse contribution that faith makes to working with young people in their communities of faith and place. 277 more words

In Defence

Kicking off National Youth Work Week without a selfie, but with a Corbyn eulogy

There I was wondering whether I’d get stick for political bias if I posted this paean of praise to youth work by Jeremy Coburn, when along comes a National Youth Agency newsletter recommending its message. 227 more words

In Defence

SUPPORTING VOTES AT 16 - back the bill

Representation of the People (Young People’s Enfranchisement and Education) Bill 2017-19

This Bill is to have its second reading debate today, Friday 3 November 2017. 62 more words

Politics And Current Affairs

EXAMINING STOP AND SEARCH IN NORTHERN IRELAND

Am I right in thinking the Stop and Search debate in the UK as a whole has ignored the history of policing and young people in Northern Ireland? 34 more words

Politics And Current Affairs