Fighting talk to keep the peace

Griffiths, Julie
October 2010
Community Care;10/21/2010, Issue 1840, p20
The article focuses on the project called The Violence Pack, of Hull, England, which is educating young people about the aftermaths of violent behaviour. The cost of project is 5,000 pounds, while its service users are nearly 1,000. Social worker Chris Lennie manages the Hull Mentoring Project (HMP), which aims to prevents young people's involvement in antisocial and offending behaviour. A case study related to the project is also discussed.


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