Rethinking Stop and Search: Theresa May, Section 60 and the ‘ways of thinking’ about marginalised youth.

When the Home Secretary, Theresa May speaking in parliamentary debate in July 2013, conceded that the percentage of arrests associated with the 1 million ‘stop and searches’ conducted in 2011/12 were “far too low for comfort” you would be forgiven for thinking that there was about to be a wholesale review of this draconian and unjust infringement…

How to Make Voting Meaningful for British Youth

Michael Sani I January 23, 2014 I How to Make Voting Meaningful for British Youth  Whilst there is clear evidence that young people aged 18-25 in UK are failing to engage in party politics, as voter registration is only 50% and only 1 in 4 young people voted in the 2010 general election. In contrast…