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The Childhood, Law & Policy Network (CLPN)

Miss Louisa Street


PhD Candidate, Keele University, United Kingdom



I worked as a youth worker for over 10 years, supporting young people around issues including mental health, sexual health and relationships, and drugs and alcohol. In 2019, I joined the Headstart Digital Resilience project in Cornwall, exploring issues around young people’s online lives, where I ran focus groups with young people to explore the digital issues that mattered most to them, co-developed a tool for professionals to assess young people’s behaviour and risk online, and developed further resources supporting the children’s workforce to respond to these issues. In 2022, I returned to education, undertaking the LLM in Law and Society at Keele, and embarking on my PhD studies in 2023.



Phippen A and Street L, Online Resilience and Wellbeing in Young People Representing the Youth Voice (Palgrave Studies in Cyberpsychology, 1st ed. 2022, Springer International Publishing 2022).


Sexual image sharing, young people.
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