Brooks-Wilson, S., (2019), Youth Transport Poverty? (forthcoming)
Brooks-Wilson, S., (2018), Towards a Minimum Mobility Standard? An Examination of Childhood Deprivation and Youth Justice Journey Adversity (under review)
Brooks-Wilson, S., (2018), Do Youth Justice Geographies Shape Accessibility Support? (forthcoming)
Snell, C., and Brooks-Wilson, S., (2014), Education for sustainable development and welfare reform: a very British case study? in Fitzpatrick, T., (ed) International Handbook on Social Policy and the Environment, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Brooks-Wilson, S. and Snell, C., (2012) 'Hard to reach' or 'accessible when approached'? Sustainable development discussions with marginalized pupil groups, Children, Youth and Environments, 22:2, 1-24.
Wilson, S.J., and Snell, C., (2010), ‘Bad for the penguins … because they need ice and that to live on’: an exploratory study into the environmental views, concerns and knowledge of socially disadvantaged young people, Journal of Youth Studies 13: 2, 151 – 168 https://doi.org/10.1080/13676260903233704
Brooks-Wilson, S., (2017), Do youth justice responses to young people’s poorly equipped passage through complex local spaces contravene Article 37 of the UNCRC? Comment piece for the Howard League for Penal Reform
Brooks-Wilson, S., (2016), Accessing Youth Justice Services: an information leaflet on some of the problems and solutions, disseminated through the Youth Justice Board Research Resource Hub
Brooks-Wilson, S., (2016), The importance of youth justice journey problems and absence, Research submission to the Taylor Review of the Youth Justice System, disseminated through the Youth Justice Board Research Resource Hub
Brooks-Wilson, S., (2016), The closing gap between education and youth justice comment piece for the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, updated 29/3/16
Brooks-Wilson, S., (2014), Why isn't the child poverty consultation more child friendly? Comment piece for Inequalities, updated 8/3/14.
Brooks-Wilson, S., (2013), Why punish convicted young people for their absence when they can’t get there? Comment article for No Offence, updated 13/12/13.
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