Day 1
Facilitators:
Craig Pinkney &
Sangeeta Soni
To be able to facilitate discussion and
generate understanding about national
policy relating to gangs and the local
f...
“Social policies aim to improve human
welfare…”
And
“…policies are living things…Therefore, social
policies are what h...
National policy can be understood as:
“A broad course of action or statements of
guidance adopted by the government at t...
Number of Fatalities
(Knife/Gun)
New Government
Agendas
Damage to the
Economy
Deaths in Custody
Social
Unrest...
For Example:
From a UK Perspective
National Policy Framework
Around Gangs and Youth
Violence was Framed by 3
Main Ev...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbdPZJj3lj
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bb5O012
cWY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1CeS2L
zT9Q
Team up a representative from your country
and consider 1) what triggers national policy
in your country (if any) 2) wha...
National Policy Framework
National Policy Framework
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National Policy Framework

To be able to facilitate discussion and generate understanding about national policy relating to gangs and the local frameworks through which they are applied.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - National Policy Framework

  • 1. Day 1 Facilitators: Craig Pinkney & Sangeeta Soni
  • 2. To be able to facilitate discussion and generate understanding about national policy relating to gangs and the local frameworks through which they are applied.
  • 3. “Social policies aim to improve human welfare…” And “…policies are living things…Therefore, social policies are what happens ‘on the ground’ when they are implemented, as well as what happens at preliminary decision-making or legislative stage”. (Blakemore and Griggs (2007) (3rd ed) Social Policy: An Introduction, Berkshire OUP, p. 1)
  • 4. National policy can be understood as: “A broad course of action or statements of guidance adopted by the government at the national level in pursuit of national objectives”. (Runnymede Trust, 2011, p. 14)
  • 5. Number of Fatalities (Knife/Gun) New Government Agendas Damage to the Economy Deaths in Custody Social Unrest/Rioting Social Action Media Coverage Moral Panic Law Research Campaigns
  • 6. For Example: From a UK Perspective National Policy Framework Around Gangs and Youth Violence was Framed by 3 Main Events.
  • 7. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbdPZJj3lj A
  • 8. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bb5O012 cWY
  • 9. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1CeS2L zT9Q
  • 10. Team up a representative from your country and consider 1) what triggers national policy in your country (if any) 2) what has youth violence in your country triggered in relation to national policy?