Youth work must avoid being a slave to the policy machine

Howard Williamson
Monday, August 31, 2015

Howard Williamson on why youth work must avoid using dehumanising policy jargon

Good youth work does not lose sight of the time and patience needed to get to know young people as individuals. Picture: Arlen Connelly
Good youth work does not lose sight of the time and patience needed to get to know young people as individuals. Picture: Arlen Connelly

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