Below is a list of resources, some of which you came across throughout the course, compiled here in one handy list:
- Learn more about the overrepresentation of Black young people and the criminal justice system.
- Find out what Kenechi, 13, and Loren, 18 think about race.
- Follow the UK youth instagram page.
- Click here to watch a video about the essentials of youth policy.
- Find out more about the eight standards for a quality youth policy here.
- Find out more about intersectionality from the Open University’s Professor Ann Pheonix.
- Find out more about how the Prevent strategy resulted in a thirteen year old boy being asked if he was affiliated to the jihadist group Islamic State.
- Learn more about race and social policy.
- Explore the National Crime Agency’s take on county lines and exploitation here.
- You can find out more about how youth and community work can support the Black Lives Matter movement here.
- Guardian article: Government ‘Prevent’ strategy widened to combat rightwing racism.
Explore the Race and Ethnicity Hub: This hub offers fresh perspectives on race, racism and ethnicity through free courses, articles, interactives and audio/visual materials.
This OpenLearn course is a sample of formal OU study and is an adapted extract from the qualification BA (Honours) Childhood and Youth Studies and the following OU courses: