Working with diversity in services for children and young people
Working with diversity in services for children and young people

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Working with diversity in services for children and young people

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This free course was written by Martin Robb.

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Text

Reading 1: Douglas, J. (2019) ‘Working effectively with African-Caribbean young women: an intersectional approach’. Originally published in Martin Robb, Heather Montgomery and Rachel Thomson (eds) Critical Practice with Children and Young People (pp. 91-107). Re-published with permission of Policy Press (an imprint of Bristol University Press, UK). Policy Press in association with The Open University

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Section 1 image: © David Prado Perucha/ Shutterstock

Section 4 image: © Prazis Images / Shutterstock

Audio-visual

Video 1: Images: Girl with Welsh flag, Young girl in gold hijab, Woman in karate suit, Girl with hand covering half her face, Young Migrant and Welsh group sitting on fence, Young Migrant and Welsh group in a church, Woman weightlifter, Young Migrant and Welsh girls on a beach, Girl drawing in sand on a beach, Young Migrant and Welsh timeline, 2 girls in field with sheep – EYST. Footage: Coast, Series 3 Cardiff to St Davids – BBC; Young Migrant and Welsh – EYST.

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