Training and Employment, n° 104, May 2013, 4 p.

Preventing young people's involvement in drug dealing - The value of mutual learning in groups of professionals

Published on
2 May 2013

There are now many groups involved in professional practice analysis ; they differ in their theoretical frameworks, methodologies, the object of their analyses and their aims. Since they involve several institutions and professions, some of them encourage participants to develop cross-cutting skills and knowledge and to cooperate in a common sphere of intervention. Those that have been established in order to combat young people's involvement in drug dealing clearly illustrate this latter dynamic.

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Roche Pierre, Preventing young people's involvement in drug dealing - The value of mutual learning in groups of professionals, Training and Employment, n° 104, 2013, 4 p. https://www.cereq.fr/en/preventing-young-peoples-involvement-drug-dealing-value-mutual-learning-groups-professionals