In this chapter sustained attention is paid to the content, structure and, above all, the centrality of the programme within youth work. The previous chapter discussed ways in which young people can engage with the process of developing programmes of activities. Here Ruth Gilchrist considers how this can be encouraged and the challenges this poses for youth workers in various settings.
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