Brooks-Wilson, S., (2020), How Geographical and Ideological Proximity impact Community Youth Justice (In)accessibility in England and Wales, in Rees, J., Pomati, M., and Heins, E., (eds) Social Policy Review 32: Analysis and Debate in Social Policy, Bristol: Policy Press.

Brooks-Wilson, S., (2019) Rethinking Youth Justice Journeys: Complex Needs, Impeded Capabilities and Criminalisation, Youth Justice Journal, online first: 

Snell, C., and Brooks-Wilson, S., (2014), Education for Sustainable Development and Welfare Reform: A Very British Case Study? in Fitzpatrick, T., (ed) International Handbook on Social Policy and the Environment, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Brooks-Wilson, S. and Snell, C., (2012) ‘Hard to Reach’ or ‘Accessible when Approached’? Sustainable Development Discussions with Marginalized Pupil GroupsChildren, Youth and Environments, 22:2, 1-24.

Wilson, S.J., and Snell, C., (2010), ‘Bad for the penguins … because they need ice and that to live on’: An Exploratory Study into the Environmental Views, Concerns and Knowledge of Socially Disadvantaged Young People, Journal of Youth Studies 13: 2, 151 – 168

This comment article was published by the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies in March 2016.  It describes service access issues in need of further consideration, as education and youth justice become more closely connected

This research evidence on youth justice service access was submitted to the Taylor Review of the Youth Justice System of England and Wales

This leaflet summarises some main research findings on young people’s youth justice journey making (print settings: ‘double sided’ and ‘flip on the short edge’)


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