Children, Young People and Media Thursday 24th May 2018: 6pm – 9pm The University of Westminster (309 Regent St.) *Click here to reserve your free place via Eventbrite The Youth Justice Network at the University of Westminster is pleased to host the first launch of Dr. Faith Gordon’s monograph – ‘Children, Young People and the … More EVENT: ‘Children, Young People and Media’ – panel, book launch & drinks
Thursday 15th March @ 5.30pm: University of Westminster Boardroom (309 Regent St.) Free event: For more details and to register contact F.Gordon@Westminster.ac.uk Steve Case is Professor of Criminology in the Department of Social Sciences, having previously been an Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies at Swansea University. His primary research interests are youth justice, youth … More Book launch and paper by Prof. Steve Case: Youth Justice: A Critical Introduction
Police in Chicago are investigating after a 15 year old girl was alleged to have been sexually assaulted and video footage of the attack was streamed live on Facebook. The girl, who had been missing, has since been found, treated in hospital and reunited with her family. The attack was reported to police by the … More Arrests linked to teen sex assault on Facebook Live
Katie Price has started an online petition calling for cyber abuse to become a criminal offence in its own right, and urging police to keep a register of convicted offenders. She says it’s after her and her son suffered at the hands of so-called ‘trolls’, claiming “there were no repercussions or penalties for this behaviour”. … More Cyber abuse = a new offence?
A report by the Communications Committee has argued for compulsory classes in schools to teach young people how to use the Internet, social media and messaging apps safely and responsibly. The report, entitled ‘Growing up with the Internet says “digital literacy should be the fourth pillar of a child’s education alongside reading, writing and mathematics and … More Social Media lessons needed in schools