Key to the Door

Shelter Cymru, 25 Walter Road, Swansea SA1
5NN; £20 plus p&p.

This colourful, bilingual game (English &
Welsh), aimed at young people, staff and trainers, is designed to
raise awareness of the issues faced by young people who are about
to leave home. Players will need good luck and help with housing
money, health, experience, support and advice. It introduces the
help available and the barriers facing young people as they seek a
safe, secure and suitable place to live – getting their key to the

Anti-Racist Work with Young People – European Experiences
and Approaches

Edited by Anna Aluffi-Pentini and Walter
Lorenz; Russell House, 4 St Georges House, Uplyme Road, Lyme Regis,
DT7 3LS; £14.95 plus £1.50 p&p

This timely and practical resource is the
result of assessment of, and reflection on, case studies of
wide-ranging anti-racist work with young people in the UK, Germany
and the Netherlands. It includes 23 training activities that range
from short exercises lasting just 10 minutes to those that take a
whole day.

Facing the Future – a Guide for Parents of Young People who
Have Sexually Abused

Simon Hackett; Russell House Publishing, 4 St
Georges House, Uplyme Road, Lyme Regis, DT7 3LS; £14.95 plus
£1.50 p&p

Aimed at parents of children who have sexually
abused and the professionals who work with them, this book, while
recognising the painful nature for parents and families in facing
the future following abuse, offers them hope and emphasises the
possibility of positive change. It suggests ways that will help
parents cope with difficult feelings; manage risky or worrying
situations; learn about patterns of sexually abusive behaviour; and
contribute effectively to “treatment” work.


If you have training materials that could
feature in this section please contact Graham Hopkins on 020 8652
3106 or e-mail

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