Listening to the "voices" of young people is the remit of a new research institute. The Childhood and Youth Research Institute at Anglia Ruskin University, a multidisciplinary centre, will aim to put the well-being of children at the heart of its research. It will address themes of social justice including disability, inclusion and special educational needs, intimacy, sexuality/asexuality, early childhood, crime, deviance, families, formal and informal education, mental and physical health, law and pregnancy. The centre will open in February 2011.
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