Youth concerns have now come to the forefront of global attention. While in developed societies youth see themselves as constituting a class whose interests are being gradually marginalised, those in developing countries see themselves as the neglected majority in an unjust social order

| March 26, 2015

Youth concerns have now come to the forefront of global attention. While in
developed societies youth see themselves as constituting a class whose interests
are being gradually marginalised, those in developing countries see themselves
as the neglected majority in an unjust social order.

 

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Every year, hundreds of Australian prisoners leave prison and return to society with the hope of living a normal life. Largely uneducated, often without any family/ friend support, and with the stigma of a prison record hanging over them, many if not most will experience serious social and psychological problems after release. The great majority find their way into life of crime and are rearrested, most within six months of their release. Their social exclusion threatens the very society their imprisonment was meant to protect. How do we balance public safety against the welfare of criminals?
Conceptions of leadership as “person” and as “position” devalue the role of youth in society. Discuss with reference to one developing context

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