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Big Interview: No apologies for change

By Dipika Ghose |

08 January 2003

With Roger King chief executive, Connexions London West

All 154 youth offending teams (YOTs) in England and Wales are to be put under the microscope by government inspectors, who will assess the impact the teams have on preventing young people from offending.

Soapbox: we need more opportunities for excluded kids

By Vincent Jelinek |

08 January 2003

The firefighters dispute wasnt the only strike last year, and there are almost certain to be more in 2003. Kick-start a discussion about the rights and wrongs of withdrawing labour

Youth groups throughout the UK can get cash to help improve their environment under a scheme running from now until the end of April.

An e-learning initiative aimed at Glasgow youth has attracted more than 32,000 users.

Young disabled people at mainstream schools lack encouragement to further their education, a Disability Rights Commission report (DRC) reveals.

Classic text revisited

08 January 2003

Adolescent Boys of East London Peter Willmott, 1969