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Momodou Sallah, Mike Ogunnusi & Richard Kennedy

In: The SAGE Handbook of Youth Work Practice

Chapter 11: Intersectionality and Resistance in Youth Work: Young People, Peace and Global ‘Development’ in a Racialized World

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Intersectionality and Resistance in Youth Work: Young People, Peace and Global ‘Development’ in a Racialized World
Intersectionality and Resistance in Youth Work: Young People, Peace and Global ‘Development’ in a Racialized World
Momodou Sallah Mike Ogunnusi Richard Kennedy
Introduction

This chapter is framed by the concepts of Critical Race Theory, Critical Peace Education, and Global Youth Work. It departs from a premise that Youth Work can be an effective tool to provoke consciousness (Sallah, 2014) and redress power imbalances as an instrument of resistance (Scott, 1990) in a grotesquely unequal and increasingly globalized world. In this context, we argue that globalized hegemony exists in personal, local, national and global acts of, and reactions to, violence, and that ...

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