Global youth work: Taking it personally.

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Show simple item record Sallah, Momodou Cooper, Sophie 2010-05-11T11:53:06Z 2010-05-11T11:53:06Z 2008-05
dc.identifier.citation Sallah, M. and Cooper, S. (eds.) (2008) Global Youth Work: Taking it Personally. Leicester: National Youth Agency. en
dc.identifier.isbn 9780861553457
dc.description.abstract Engagement with Global Youth Work can no longer be about just ‘doing the right thing and easing one’s conscience’. This resource pack from The National Youth Agency gives youth workers a host of reasons to involve themselves in global youth work and a range of practical ways in which they can do so. Global Youth Work: Taking it Personally is geared towards practitioners who work face-to-face with young people as well as trainnee youth workers to attempt to bridge theory to practice. The ten sections in the pack consider a range of issues including human values; body image; gangs and crime; the clothing industry; refugees; the war on terror; religious identity; music; and sustainable development. Each chapter discusses the topic and offers a range of related activities that aim to make global youth work more accessible to youth workers both in terms of theory and practice. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher National Youth Agency en
dc.title Global youth work: Taking it personally. en
dc.type Book en
dc.researchgroup Social Work

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