Children & Young People Now
Reading through the latest issue of Children & Young People Now, an article caught my eye.
The ‘Skills for the job’ section talks about the need for youth organisations to “actively involve young people in developing policies for a healthy lifestyle”.
So why is this important?
Well as we know, for years, health education in schools has taken a scaremongering approach telling young people what not to do and the risks of doing it. Read the rest of this entry »
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