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Daniel Jupp Kina

In: The SAGE Handbook of Youth Work Practice

Chapter 25: Relationship Centrality in Work with Young People with Experience of Violence

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Relationship Centrality in Work with Young People with Experience of Violence
Relationship Centrality in Work with Young People with Experience of Violence
Daniel Jupp Kina
Introduction

This chapter will present the experiences of a support service for young people affected by situations that violate their human rights. The service is delivered by ACER Brasil, a non-governmental organization located in the city of Diadema, São Paulo, Brazil. The experiences presented focus on the relationship-building process between practitioners and the young people accessing the service with particular emphasis on the emotional dimensions of the relationship and how this relates to the development of emancipatory and transformative practice. The chapter is based on data collected during research undertaken as part of two years of postgraduate ...

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