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| January 22, 2003
| 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.
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