Doing so allows them to establish a vested way to a secure future (ucan, 2013).
Hands Without Guns offer community organizing, classroom-based violence interruption workshops, young leadership development, changing direction, media advocacy, teen gun survey, and teen report card.
Risk factors for Youth Leadership substance abuse exist at both the environmental and individual levels (Hawkins, Catalano, & Associates, 1992; Hawkins, Catalano, & Miller, 1992).
These include economic and social deprivation, low neighborhood attachment and community disorganization, transitions and mobility, community norms, attitudes favorable toward drug use, drug and alcohol availability, family history of alcoholism or drug use, poor family management practices, academic failure, low commitment to school, early antisocial behavior and aggressiveness, association with drug-using peers, favorable attitudes toward drug and alcohol use, and early first use of drugs.
I find it perplexing that children mature very differently in terms of their sexuality. J East, which it gained worldwide attention (KAS, 2012).
This brings to question whether nature or nurture controls one's sexuality and romantic relationships. According to United Nations (UN) (2007) World Youth Report, youth defined by the UN as those between the age of 15 to 24, which make up to close to 1.2 billions people of the world population.
Defining effective organisational Leaders and Discipleship Introduction The leadership and discipleship in the youth ministry has been declining do to the neglect of traditional Christian morals.
Once leadership and discipleship is implemented correctly back into the youth ministry, the very foundation in which faith is founded on will become the muscle for the youth ministry in which it will stand.
Introduction This paper presents a national profile of youth problems and a literature review that focuses on the causes of each of the problem areas and reviews what is known about preventive measures and the effectiveness of existing intervention strategies.
Conclusions from this review encourage a paradigm shift in perspective away from a focus on correcting "deficits" in individual youths toward enhancing the potential for healthy youth development in all youths in the community.