Some children and young people (and, of course, adults) will be subject to discrimination because of their disability and because of their race. In this article, Jane Lane invites all of us to be aware of the potential for this dual inequality and to consider how the two discriminations can interact
In this article I am intending to describe and explore action research and show how I have used the approach in my own educational research. I will also provide some examples of projects written up for master's dissertations in the hope that you, the reader, will be encouraged to conduct your own ac
There are people who want most of the cake. No matter how big or small the cake is there are people who think that they and their friends and their children should have most of it.
In 1942 Sir William Beveridge laid the foundations for the UK Welfare State. The idea was to collect weekly national
Here is news of research from Sweden and public health concern in India.
In a newly-released study conducted at the Örebro Hospita in Sweden, it was revealed that 10 years of cellphone use resulted in an average 290% increased risk of brain tumor development. Interestingly, the tumor develo
To answer some basic questions parents ask; 'Why don't the people helping my child talk to each other?', 'Why can't I have just one special person who helps me join it all together?' and 'Whose child is it anyway?' - important questions because they are often asked of service providers with a high d
1 On 14 July 1933, an act was passed concerning ‘the preventive measures for giving birth to individuals with hereditary defects’, which left the possibility of practising euthanasia open for Nazi doctors, and introduced a precedent for using law against practically any form of human life.
As the UK coalition government reduces the size of the state we all become hapless victims of greedy totalitarianism.
Editorial comment: In a discussion about the validity of the institutions of state, Chomsky observes:
The reason why transnational corporations are so interested in the liberals
Editorial comment. Beware the therapist whose certificate comes from a summer school, who has a one-size-fits-all programme, and who wants to work in splendid isolation!
The horizontal landscape is the place where multiagency and multidisciplinary practitioners meet each other and the service user
More Articles ...
- The 'Big Society', secular horizontality and, of course, Team Around the Child
- Lost in the disabled infant therapy circus?
- Early childhood intervention is stubbornly stuck in the age of black and white television
- Keyworking and multi-agency service co-ordination: Training and resources are essential