Digital Citizenship and the Perils of Our Past

 

It’s April 2013; Margaret Thatcher, has died and so too have the aspirations of a young woman who was briefly the country’s first youth crime commissioner.

Our story starts with Paris appearing on BBC Breakfast with Ann Barnes, Kent Police and crime commissioner. Paris is articulate, engaging and enthusiastic about her new role. Most of us, I’m sure, were wishing Paris and Kent police, success in this initiative. Anything that could help our young people to feel a sense of value, show consideration and care for each other must be worth supporting, right?..

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