The best way to reach people is to tell them stories. It’s a tried and tested method going back millennia – and it’s one we used recently in some Lewisham secondary schools.
Ever since Sweden banned the buying of sex in 1999, there’s been an ongoing debate in the UK about introducing a similar law here.
Social media use among teenagers came to national attention recently when a 14-year-old boy was placed on record for sending a picture of himself naked to a female class mate via the Snapchat app.
There’s something horribly fin de siècle about the drama playing out across the Middle East and Europe.
In the past week I received several social media comments by safeguarding professionals about the recent case of the 14-year-old boy who sent a naked text of himself to a female class mate at school.
Most things are socially defined by what people say or do, or how they are in their social groups and teams.