Teen Violence


 

Other Side of the Coin: Teenage Abuse of Parents

Other Side of the Coin: Teenage Abuse of Parents

From Oliver Twist to Cinderella, the idea of overly oppressive parenting is not new and beyond the world of children’s fiction, there is much data showing that parental control transform into violence against children. While child abuse is horrendous, it is at least widely recognised, giving authorities and charities the opportunity to tackle it. There […]

Young Women & Violence

Young Women & Violence

At the end of last year as the tragic news emerged of the Indian medical student’s death, who was subjected to the most unimaginable torture when she and a male friend boarded a bus in Delhi, the supposed true scale of Indian’s mistreatment of women was laid bare for the world to see. Digesting statics […]

Violence as a disease – have we found a cure?

Gordon Ramsay’s latest television project ‘Gordon Behind Bars’ (available on 4OD) has taught us several things, firstly, that impatient t.v. chefs and heavy security protocols don’t mix, secondly, that leaving ten convicted burglars to decorate fairy cakes can produce hilarious results, but most importantly that prisons that offer rehabilitation and education programmes for their inmates, […]