Category Archives: Wellbeing

Is Prison Education Working?

This is a question that’s posed in today’s Guardian, by Rachel Williams. Jason Warr, who now works for User Voice, the rehabilitation charity, says: “Education departments are not big enough and not well funded enough to cope with the … Continue reading

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The Children’s Society Good Childhood Report 2012

Yesterday saw the launch of the Children’s Society report on the wellbeing of children and young people. The “Good Childhood Report 2012” identifies some key issues facing children and young people in Britain today. Whilst there are many positive observations … Continue reading

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Intelligent Social Policy

3Di’s understanding of social intelligence involves, amongst other things, awareness of others, respect for their concerns and problems, empathy for their hopes and fears, and a willingness to negotiate and compromise on aims and aspirations.

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Being wrong and not knowing everything

. There’s a wonderful article in today’s Guardian by Jenni Russell, who consistently writes perceptive and stimulating articles on education and learning. There are several themes – learning, leadership, power, government, decision-making, humility, confidence, human fallibility, etc.

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