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| January 15, 2003
The most common age of a female criminal in the UK is now just 14, according to research by the Home Office.
A pilot scheme in London is using alternative therapies to support the children of parents recovering from drug and alcohol addiction
Cyberkids: children in the information age
Football is pouring a great deal of money and effort into club-based youth and community schemes. Steve Barrett looks at how young people can benefit
| January 08, 2003
Youth service leaders have welcomed a Government report that may improve local authority youth work provision in England.
Young disabled people at mainstream schools lack encouragement to further their education, a Disability Rights Commission report (DRC) reveals.
Scotlands local authorities are looking at introducing golden hello packages for social workers in a bid to tackle youth crime.
Communities of Youth: Cultural practice and informal learning
| January 07, 2003
What is it: Artreach, a programme by youth advice centre B76, run by Barnardos in Hartlepool.
A striking difference between suicide rates of young men and young women has emerged over the past 25 years.
The new minister for young people is promising to provide significant extra resources for the youth service. But there is no such thing as money for nothing, as Ivan Lewis makes clear in an exclusive interview
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