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Featuring Tom Wylie, Shahid Ashrif, Leicester Black Prisoner's Support Project, Placement Diary, the CYWU student conference, and lots more...

I APOLOGISE FOR THE DELAY IN BRINGING THE SITE UP TOGETHER. SINCE OCTOBER 2001, THERE HAVE BEEN MANY DIFFERENT, AND DIFFICULT TECHNICAL ERRORS - TOGETHER WITH A LACK OF TIME TO RESOLVE THEM PROPERLY. THE NEXT ISSUE OF STUDENT YOUTH WORK ONLINE WILL APPEAR IN THE WEEK COMMENCING 14TH JANUARY 2002. JASON WOOD, EDITOR.

 

 

Why is it important to understand the media in youth and community development? How does it influence oppression? Read all about it here. 

Plus: Access our comprehensive Black Perspectives centre for the latest writing from Shahid Ashrif.

 

 

Tom Wylie in Profiles

Aiming for a fair deal

 

In Practice Magazine this month...

Profiles: Tom Wylie, National Youth Agency 

Reporters: Volunteers needed for Black Prisoner Support Project

Fair Play: SYWO is linking up with the CYWU and students from Leicester to launch our fair placement campaign

 

Plus: Placement Plus! | Icebreakers | Diary

  

 

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