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Children as members of a community

Special issue: Children as members of a community: Citizenship, participation and educational development Guest editors: Joana Lúcio and John I’Anson From European Educational Research Journal In this special issue authors discuss the subject of young people as citizens and, particularly, … Continue reading

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Should prisoners have a right to vote?

The prisoner’s right to vote and civic responsibility: Reaffirming the social contract? From Probation Journal UK headlines this week have prompted significant public debate regarding the issue of a prisoner’s right to vote. The current law in the UK is … Continue reading

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The separate criminal justice system created for foreign nationals

Foreign nationals, enemy penology and the criminal justice system From Race & Class European governments have introduced a series of measures aimed at clamping down on foreign nationals within criminal justice systems, this can be viewed as a cultivation of … Continue reading

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