Juvenile Rescue and Reform: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
Monday, April 10th 2006
The European Centre for the Study of Policing, Open University, Milton Keynes
‘From Refuge to Reformatory. The Evolution of Britain’s First State-funded Juvenile Reformatory – the London Refuge for the Destitute 1805-1830’ – Peter King, The Open University
‘Strategies of Resistance within English Residential Institutions for Juvenile Delinquents 1950-1970’ – Abi Wills, Oxford University
‘Girls and the Politics of Protection: Historical and Contemporary Comparisons’ – Pam Cox, Essex University
£10 for the day including lunch; contact Valerie Humphrey (V.F.Humphrey@open.ac.uk) for a booking form.