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K1 ​An understanding of the equality context and active citizenship agenda for young people in community settings

Books to use case study / report on should young people be paid to participate it youth sessions/ groups . National Occupation standards in England . NYA (Nos) democratic stance .
Crowley, Niall
pp 1-21
in An Ambition for Equality by Crowley, Niall 2006
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Chapter: 6 - Moral Dilemmas of Societal Myth Making
by Gill, Bruce
pp 88-99
in Ethics, Ethnicity and Education by Taylor, Monica (ed) & Leicester, Mal (ed) 1992
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Chapter: 1 - Power and the political context
pp 13-37
in Community development: a critical and radical approach by Ledwith, Margaret, author. Third edition
Chapter - SUNDERLAND

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Professional interventions to build narratives of resilience
by Michael Ungar
pp 60
in Nurturing Hidden Resilience in Troubled Youth by Michael Ungar 2004 1st
Chapter - SUNDERLAND

Chapter 7, pages 196 - 256.

This chapter is an essential read for all students. It focuses our thinking on ideas about empowerment, resilience and equality to reconsider how we might collectively help troubled young people
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expand_more My Resources. key words Ethical dilema

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The summative assessment is a written reflective account identifying an ethical dilemma from their practice and analysing the importance of empowerment and equality in ethical work with young people. 

Students are required to provide a written account in a report format linking ethical practice concerns to equality and empowerment.

The reflective written account needs to address the following Learning Outcomes:

K1An understanding of the equality context and active citizenship agenda for young people in community settings

K2A recognition and understanding of the interconnection between equality, empowerment and ethical practice

Skills

S1An identification of the practical relevance of theory to an ethical youth work practice

The Ethical issue I chose was should  young people be paid to participate in youth work . you need to say why you think they should and why you think they should not be paid .

websites to use Useful Websites

National Youth Agency Ethical Code: https://nya.org.uk/resource/ethical-conduct-youth- work/

Useful Websites already linked to our Library Service: http://www.netvibes.com/wl0cst#Community_and_Youth

The university is also a member of Community Care Inform- http://www.ccinform.co.uk/

Useful journals and publications:

Youth and Policyhttp://www.youthandpolicy.org/

Joseph Rowntree Foundationhttps://www.jrf.org.uk/reports. This is the national occupation standards we use 

National Youth Agency Ethical Code: https://nya.org.uk/resource/ethical-conduct-youth- work/

Youth and Policyhttp://www.youthandpolicy.org/ books to use



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