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When Children Attack Children

Erstellt am 22.02.2010 von Andreas Hermann Landl
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At Dart Centre Europe London office, this round-table discussion will focus on practicalities — the obstacles and the opportunities that face journalists and filmmakers seeking fresh approaches to reporting on crime committed by children.

Wednesday Feb 24 2010
Lunchtime Seminar: When Children Attack Children
12:30 PM

Whether it is knife crime in London, or the recent case of two young boys tortured in Edlington, stories where children attack children both fascinate and frighten the public. Some say that Britain’s attitude to child crime has hardened over the last two decades. In the UK, we lock them up at a younger age and in greater numbers than in other European countries.

But what is it like for the reporters working on these stories? How far are they swayed by the clamour for retribution, and what does it take for the adult journalist to see clearly the child on the other end of the knife?

Discussion will be led by Ronke Philips, a correspondent with ITV news and current Ochberg Fellow and Gavin Rees, Director, Dart Centre Europe with journalists, filmmakers and child trauma experts .


This event will last from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

48 Gray’s Inn Road
London WC1X 8LT

Entrance around the corner on Baldwin Gardens.

Nearest tube: Chancery Lane

Lunch will be provided.

Places are limited and so please RSVP via email to to reserve a place.


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