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Our Crime: Discussion Hub

Updated Friday, 30th March 2012

Everyone has got an opinion on young people and crime. You are invited to join the debates and share your views on youth crime and justice issues.

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Join us in the following debates and let us know what your opinions are on those issues.

A teenage robbing spree is the starting point for a debate about youth justice. Copyright BBC What caused the summer 2011 UK's riots? Start the debate by putting your views across. Copyright What are the practical ways of dealing with young people who engage themselves in criminal activities? Join the debate with three Open University academics. Copyright The Open University Is joyriding a form of high performance masculinity? Share your views with us. Copyright
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Cut through the chaos, get your voice heard, share your solutions with the Open University. You are invited to join the debates with the experts in the specially-created discussion hub about the new OU/BBC co-production, Our Crime.

You can debate with others, vote in the polls, watch video stories, and hear some professional opinions.


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