Subjectivity UK – Youth Justice Event Highlights

“Let’s talk about the UK and EU Dimensions of Forced Adoptions” on November 5th will be a ‘forum theatre event’:

It looks as if this is a model for putting justice on stage?

In Berlin ATTAC staged an event where they accused banksters…

Researching Reform

This evening Researching Reform took part in a WHYFest event created by ground breaking discussion forum Subjectivity UK, called Crime and Punishment – Justice And The Youth. The debate focused on children, the criminal justice system and how we could help to improve outcomes for our youth.

From outstanding performances by award-winning artists, to thought-provoking debate inspired by the organisers and audience members, it was an unforgettable evening. The level of engagement was high and some attendees had even travelled as far afield as New York to be there.

The debate was divided up into poetry readings, musical performances and monologues which told the stories of boys, girls and young men and women who had been charged with committing murder. The audience was invited to discuss these cases and offer thoughts on what punishment should be given. It was an animated, exciting and challenging evening and no one was short of…

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is
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