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Restorative Practice: Policy Context

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  • Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Initially developed for use in the youth justice sector, restorative practice is now fully established as a way of working across a number of different settings with children and families.

Participation and co-production: Policy context

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  • Tuesday, April 11, 2017
The foundations for children and young people's participation in decision making over key aspects of their lives are contained in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), which the UK government ratified into law in 1991.

My Life: Olivia Candy, 16, Bristol

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  • Tuesday, February 28, 2017
My dream is to become a combat medical technician in the British Armed Forces. Entering the army is quite a big decision, but while my twin sister focuses on her A-levels, this is the route that I want to take.

My Life: Owen Lethbridge, 17, Torbay

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  • Tuesday, February 14, 2017
When I first took part in sports sessions with So-Fly in Torbay I was scared to talk to people and wasn't able to socialise because I was too nervous. But, the sessions gave me confidence and helped me talk to new people and make more friends.

My Life: Amin Hassan, 21, Isleworth

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  • Tuesday, January 3, 2017
When I left college, I was no different to many of my friends and colleagues who did not know what to do with their lives and where to begin their careers.

Leadership: Children in care councils

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  • Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Looked-after children are experts when it comes to the care system, so it makes sense for corporate parents to better understand their needs by consulting with them through children in care councils.

Leadership: Involving young service users

Involving young people in shaping services can transform their lives and those of others. However, participation must be meaningful, fun, interactive and may generate outcomes you are not expecting.

My Life: Leon Cheung, 20, London

The thought of applying to The Duke of Edinburgh's Award (DofE) came about when I was filling out my school personal statement. I realised that my extra curriculum page was completely blank. Luckily it was not too late to join the DofE.