Children and young people who have experienced care are relentlessly portrayed as either sad, bad, mad or all three. It’s time for the adults to end the stigma.

  As a youth worker and academic, I’ve been fighting the negative stereotypes that young people are lumped with for my entire working life. As someone who has also fostered for six years, I’ve...

After the Windrush scandal: are other groups a target?

The current “Windrush” scandal — where the Home Office has accused a number of long-settled individuals of being “illegal immigrants” — has thrown into relief the many consequences of the government’s “hostile...

Resources about young people who have sexually harmed others

In a wider context of a significant decrease in youth crime in the UK, figures for crimes of a sexual nature by those aged 10-17 have stayed fairly constant at around 2000 per year in England and Wales. This...

Why Finland has the Best Education by Michael Moore

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Learning to Be Vulnerable

(The following article has been sent to us by Hayley N Jones, writer and Mental Health Blogger who publishes her material on this link) A lot of our fears and anxieties centre on one key fear: that of exposing...

Learning to Be Vulnerable

(The following article has been sent to us by Hayley N Jones, writer and Mental Health Blogger who publishes her material on this link) A lot of our fears and anxieties centre on one key fear: that of exposing ourselves. No, I don’t mean literal...

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