#06 Whitney Iles | Can an offender change their spots? Violence, Prison and Rehabilitation
This article was co-written with Dr. Keir Irwin-Rogers, Lecturer in Criminology, The Open University. urbancow via Getty Images In the 12 months to March 2017, 61 young people aged 16-24 died as a result of […]
On The Lockdown, Oonagh Ryder and Sam Swann speak to anti-violence practitioner Whitney Iles about youth violence, why it happens and how to stop it. The Lockdown: Ending the Cycle of Violence […]
Recently there has been much conversation in the voluntary sector about white privilege.
At TEDxBrighton, Whitney will reveal some remarkable truths around violence and trauma and the often ineffective approaches taken to resolve violent tendencies, particularly amongst young offenders. Breaking down the psychological, social and behavioural factors, Whitney […]
A young man I used to work with in the prison system once asked me if I liked helping offenders. My honest reaction was of disgust. Not that he had asked me the question, but […]
Exploring violence in form of thinking. Looking at unhealthy thinking patterns and how they effect our own lives and the lives of those around us. Whitney’s life experience is not dissimilar to those Project 507 […]