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No one has studied what life looks like in the years after very young children are arrested, experts say. Because of the nature of trauma, it can be hard to say how one incident plays out over the course of a life.

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The reasons Black youth are criminalized so young has been vastly studied, and the explanations vary: implicit bias, failure to recognize trauma in Black children, a tendency to view them as older than they are, a failure to identify learning disabilities and mental health problems.

An analysis of federal data by USA TODAY showed that of the 5- to 9-year-olds arrested between 2000 and 2019, Black children comprised 43%, even though they make up only 15% of kids that age. That discrepancy among young children is even greater than the rate at which Black teens face police action at high schools.

Evelyn is appalled that schools are still arresting young school children. Since her arrest 13 years ago, USA TODAY documented 1,061 arrests of children ages 5 to 9 at elementary schools across the country, and, again, that number is surely an undercount.

Lauda was joined for 1984 by Alain Prost, who had narrowly lost the 1983 championship to Brabham's Nelson Piquet by just two points. Prost was openly critical of Renault's failure to develop the Renault RE40 and was fired two days after the season ended. McLaren boss Ron Dennis immediately snapped up the young Frenchman in place of John Watson (negotiations reportedly broke down when Watson asked for more money than what Lauda was earning, something Dennis baulked at despite Watson having a win and two further podiums in 1983. Watson himself later refuted the claims). Prost and Lauda proved to be a formidable combination and gave McLaren what many considered to be the strongest driver line up of the season. Both were excellent development drivers, and both gave technical feedback on the car and the engine which pushed the car's development far further than the other teams. Prost, who before 1984 had won nine races for Renault, was considered to be the best driver in Formula One and just needed a fast and reliable car to prove it. Lauda, the 1975 and 1977 World Champion, had proven in the Cosworth engined car that he was still a winner and was always a danger, despite openly admitting that he often made the races harder for himself by being a poor qualifier (Lauda's average qualifying position in 1984 was eighth, Prost's was third with the Austrian never out-qualifying his team mate).[3]

The team brought in the updated TG184 after four races, and it was in this car that Senna properly announced his arrival in F1. Qualifying 13th for the Monaco Grand Prix, heavy rain on the day of the race gave the young Brazilian the chance to demonstrate his ability as the world looked on. As several more experienced drivers spun off and collided, Senna dazzled and fought his way up to second place, chasing down leader Alain Prost.

The GEO-6 for Youth report is a one-stop-shop for a young person to understand the state of the environment, what they can do every day to drive markets to adopt environmentally sustainable products and services and how to develop their skills and choose environmentally sustainable careers.

After two weeks, they can flap up into a tree for safety. At four weeks, the young grow crests, and at two months they look just like their mother but are only half her size. Males do not have their mature coloring until their second year

The EUROPARC Youth Manifesto is a source of ideas and inspiration for decision-makers in Protected Areas and rural communities to ensure the involvement and empowerment of young people.

All this has direct effects on our nature as well as on the well-being of our communities: It affects the vitality and resilience of parks and rural areas, which need the creative potential of a diverse community. All young people have creative potential that needs to be fostered. Working in partnership with the youth in your region allows you to get innovative together and create real opportunities for youngsters to keep living, learning and working in their rural environment and communities; ensuring environmental stewardship and creating more dynamic and future-oriented communities.

In spring 2018 a group of youth from across seven countries gathered to create the EUROPARC Youth Manifesto. A document that shall draw the attention of Protected Areas, environmental organisations and rural communities to the challenges of their youth. An inspiration to meaningfully engage with young people in their area for tackling those challenges together.

Cairngorms Youth Action is a new project developed by the Cairngorms National Park Authority to help address the issues identified by young people and outlined in the EUROPARC Youth Manifesto.

Around 40 young project participants, aged 16-25, from Scotland, England, Wales, Finland, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Japan, Italy, came together in two intense workshop weeks.

The second project workshop in June took the youngsters even further up north, to Kalajoki, Finland. Youngsters gathered with some new faces joining the project to finalize the Manifesto, discuss youth governance, learn about designing youth projects and to start planning the final presentation of their work to delegates at the EUROPARC Conference in Cairngorms National Park 2018!

The official launch of the Manifesto and the pledges made by the youth fell on fertile ground. The young presenters energized the audience, and took delegates on a video journey through the project and pitched the Manifesto to delegates.

The presentation was a memorable experience, as every young Manifesto representative on stage shared examples from their personal lives or that of peers growing up rural.Their clear message reached delegates. They rushed to receive a printed copy of the Youth Manifesto and discuss ideas with the young ambassadors after their presentation. First project ideas were discussed and some of the youngsters had the chance to work out concrete plans for follow-up action with delegates and authorities in their parks and communities once back home. 041b061a72

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