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Groupwork: its contribution to reducing oppression
Student assigment which aims to discuss whether or not group work, as a key youth work process, can make an effective contribution to reducing oppression. The author contextualises this discussion through examining theory with regards to: the importance of attaining a critical understanding and commitment to equality and diversity; the key principles and values of youth work with regards to professional practice and interventions; the role of group work and group processes in professional practice; and, being able to manage conflict and challenge prejudice and oppression within groups.
Guidance on Healthier Food and Drink in Youth Work Settings
This booklet gives practical advice to support youth workers, volunteers and young people, when introducing healthier food and drink in venues where young people meet. It supports work being undertaken through Change4Life, Appetite for Life, and the Welsh Network of Healthy School Schemes, which all aim to improve the overall diet of young people living in Wales. It is consistent with the Welsh Government’s aim to ensure that our public sector settings are an exemplar of best practice in the drive to create an environment where it is easy for people eat healthily.
The Global Dimension in Youth Work: A Conceptual Model
This specific item explores the 5 key elements or faces of globalisation. It explores the main impacts of these on communities and young people.