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Boosting the work skills of prolific young offenders

By Neil Puffett |

30 October 2018

The Skill Mill provides employment in environmental work for young ex-offenders aged between 16 and 18.

Diverting young people from custody in London

By Nina Jacobs |

30 October 2018

Diversion scheme engages young people when they enter custody.

Using Zorb football to engage Doncaster communities

By Joanne Horne |

30 October 2018

Zorb football is used to engage young people and reduce high numbers of first-time offenders.

Supporting siblings of young offenders in Derby

By Nina Jacobs |

30 October 2018

"Good"-rated youth offending service in Derby works with siblings of young offenders.

How schools address needs of young carers

By Charlotte Goddard |

30 October 2018

Young carers face challenges in fully accessing education, so schools are being given the tools to better identify those in need of support.

Hampshire County Council

By Derren Hayes |

30 October 2018

Hampshire County Council has invested in innovation and the workforce to tackle growing pressures in children's services.

The national community charity's Young Green Ambassadors network developed an awareness week that promoted equal access to green spaces.

Strength-based social work, Australia

By Derren Hayes |

30 October 2018

Like the UK, Australia has seen rising demand for child protection and care services over the past five years. In response, the latest iteration of the federal government's 10-year child protection strategy focuses on early intervention to keep children and young people out of state care.

How service helps bridge work gap

By Charlotte Goddard |

30 October 2018

Service supports disadvantaged young people who are not in education, employment or training (Neet) into further education, work or training.

Moving on from domestic abuse

By NSPCC |

30 October 2018

The latest in a series about emerging safeguarding practice looks at how an NSPCC programme supports mothers and their children who have been victims of domestic abuse to move on together.