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Exciting Resources regarding Youth Policy

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Youth and Policy continues to publish regular short articles on issues of interest to the sector via:

Latest article: “A Statutory Youth Service proposal: multi-professionally located to build on the past yet equipped for the future” In the context of political momentum for a statutory youth service, Naomi Robinson and Tim Howell argue for re-imagining community-based practice built on Sure Start buildings and delivery models, with a commitment to political education through a process curriculum and praxis.

Other recent articles include:

  • “Death of a Service” (Carole Pugh writes a heartfelt article in memory of 'Project 129')

  • “Re/membering Resilience – a reflection on resilience and youth work.” (Alison Ní Charraighe)

  • “Transferring European youth policy into local youth policy.” (Frederike Hofmann-van de Poll, Stephanie Riedle & Patricia Friedrich)

2. CONCEPT: The Journal of Contemporary Community Education Practice Theory

Special Anniversary Issue: Pedagogy of the Oppressed

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This is a special issue of CONCEPT journal celebrating the 50th anniversary of the publication of Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed. We regard the Special Issue as a fitting tribute from a range of distinctive voices to perhaps one of the most distinctive, compelling and (still) contemporary voices in popular education.


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Here is some information and links to some new and exciting online resources that are free. They cover topics such as diversity, ethics and youth participation and have a real international flavour.

SALTO-YOUTH Resources!

Check put our latest snapshot of SALTO’S! They are European Youth Resource Hubs that do some awesome work in specific areas. Each one has a focus such as youth participation, radicalisation, refugee

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