- Title Pages
- List of Tables, Figures and Boxes
- Notes on Contributors
- One Editors' introduction: critical geographies of childhood and youth
- two Making ‘youth publics’ and ‘neuro-citizens’: critical geographies of contemporary educational practice in the Uk
- three Youth policy, neoliberalism and transnational governmentality: a case study of Lesotho and Malawi
- four ‘Brighter futures, greener lives’: children and young people in uk sustainable development policy
- five Places to go, things to do and people to see: space and activity in english youth work policy
- six The place of aspiration in UK widening participation policy: moving up or moving beyond?
- Seven School choice versus social cohesion: examining the ways education policies shape children's geographies in the UK
- eight Lunchtime lock-in: territorialisation and uk school meals policies
- nine Informal education in compulsory schooling in the Uk: humanising moments, utopian spaces?
- ten A Free for all? scale and young people's participation in UK transport planning
- Eleven Including young people in heritage conservation in southern brazilian cities: the case of pelotas
- twelve Anchoring identity: the construction of responsibility for and by young offenders in the US
- thirteen Parenting policy and the geographies of friendship: encounters in an English Sure Start Children's Centre
- fourteen Youth homelessness policy in wales: improving housing rights and addressing geographical wrongs
- fifteen Childhood in south africa in the time of HIV/AIDS: reconsidering policy and practice
- sixteen Concluding reflections: what next and where next for critical geographies of youth policy and practice?
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