There Is Enough Time: Rethinking the Process of Policy Development
Joani Marinoff provides a critical view of how policy is usually developed without the input of those most affected. She analyzes the shortcomings of programs that do not give youth a central place at the policy-making table, while proposing criteria to evaluate how successfully policy-development efforts include new voices.
consciousness raising; power, political; public health; social policy; violence; youth and law
Citation: Social Justice Vol. 24, No. 4 (1997): 234-246