Essays

August 8, 2018

Apprehending Youth Violence (3/3):
Empowerment & Advocacy

Empowerment & Advocacy Apprehending Youth Violence (3/3) Apprehending Youth Violence (1/3): Youth Work Apprehending Youth Violence (2/3): Additional Evidence to Youth Commission   Alternative education provision is now a lucrative industry and a staple in the schooling […]
August 8, 2018

Apprehending Youth Violence (2/3):
Additional Evidence

Additional evidence to Youth Violence Commission Apprehending Youth Violence (2/3) Apprehending Youth Violence: Youth Work (1/3) Apprehending Youth Violence: Empowerment & Advocacy (3/3)   What role can early years support play in reducing levels of youth violence? […]
August 8, 2018

Apprehending Youth Violence (1/3):
Youth Work

Youth Work Apprehending Youth Violence (1/3) Apprehending Youth Violence (2/3): Additional Evidence to Youth Commission Apprehending Youth Violence (3/3): Empowerment & Advocacy Brexit signals even deeper divisions and segregation in the society on the axis of race […]
June 3, 2016

Trevor Phillips’ Route to
‘Active Integration’

  nyone reading the recent ‘Civitas’ publication Race and Faith: The Deafening Silence by Trevor Phillips (with commentaries from David Goodhart and Jon Gower Davies) who knew nothing about Phillips, could be forgiven for assuming that he was […]
July 31, 2014

Global African Diaspora: transforming the state we’re in?

This article aims to explore the structural position of the Global African Diaspora population in Britain as related to the economy, education, employment, criminal justice and political representation. It examines the decline of social movements and of […]
April 23, 2013

To iconize and canonize: Stephen Lawrence 20 years later

On 22 April 2013, senior representatives of the British state joined the Lawrence family in marking the 20th anniversary of the murder of 18 year old Stephen Lawrence by white racists. Leaders of the three main political parties and […]

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