Charles Berg, Marianne Milmeister and Christiane Weis (2014), How can Evidence-Based Policy Emerge from Empirical Data?
Over the last three decades knowledge driven governance in the youth field has gained in importance. A conditional prerequisite is that evidence-based policy making emerges from empirical data analysis. This … Continue reading
Josh Christie (2014), Children as a Problem: The Impact of Ideology upon Separated and Displaced Children Seeking Asylum in the UK
Previous research has demonstrated a need for practice with unaccompanied asylum seeking children to improve, but while the impact of immigration control is often alluded to, it has rarely been … Continue reading
Patrick English (2014), Young People and Europe: Quantitatively researching Euroscepticism in Europe’s youth
The next round of European elections are due to take place in May 2014, against the backdrop of support for the European Union (EU) at its lowest ever point according … Continue reading