La Personalización de la Intervención Educativa Proporciona Igualdad de Oportunidades a los Menores en Situación de Riesgo
Personalising Educational Intervention Provides Equality of Opportunities to Under Eighteen at Risk
This paper comes from a research developed around Suleimán´s history, a Moroccan adolescent who lived in poverty and decided to migrate illegally to Spain, because he wanted to look for a better life. He was arrested (being under eighteen) for drug trafficking, he was sentenced to two years’ rehabilitation process. His case is interesting because it turned in a positive way, from being a “Young Offender” he became an “Educator of Minors”, essentially, because of the mention process. The biographical method was the research methodology used. One of the keys which emerged from the analysis was the personalisation of the intervention. The intervention, based on different elements, provided Suleimán the chance of transforming the deterministic situation he lived and conduct his life how he wanted. Essentially, the conclusions claim the necessity of personalising the intervention processes with under eighteen at risk and contribute in their personal and social development.
Equality of opportunity, Education, Social justice, Disadvantaged youth.
Herrera-Pastor, D., & de-Oña-Cots, J. M. (2017). La personalización de la intervención educativa proporciona igualdad de oportunidades a los menores en situación de riesgo [Personalising educational intervention provides equality of opportunities to under eighteen at risk]. Revista Internacional de Educación para la Justicia Social (RIEJS),