Gerry Hannah

Gerry Hannah
Parenting Together, UK · Management Trustees

Master of Arts Social Care and Diversity


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I dedicated our charity to engaging the most reclusive disturbed young people who do not trust Authorities; afraid to leave home they are unable to participate in education and unreachable to any national organisations. In meetings with an NSPCC Chair and live discussions with their Senior Consultant, on this problem, we configured the UK’s most efficient community projects for young people. Enabling parents, youth workers, Police and legal professionals to engage directly with the most reclusive vulnerable young people. For the Courts, our Expert Witness services and Professional Risk Assessments enable better-informed judgements ensuring the best possible outcomes for children. Our research shows how to avoid mental illness and behaviour problems
Additional affiliations
January 2008 - February 2017
Independent Researcher
Independent Researcher
  • Chair


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Projects (3)
During outreach work in areas of high crime and unemployment, I found the radicalisation process disturbingly easy and well supported both financially and politically. I therefore propose a hypothesis based the following project to find the most effective methods of recovery from, and prevention of extremist and antisocial behaviour
This study follows a Social Psychology format with minimal formal interviews relying more on less formal anecdotal and social media work. It looks at divisions on young people's social environments (2013-18) and family backgrounds a suggested further study identified in our first "Deepest Void" research into gender segregation and how it relates to crimes against women and girls. A similar pattern emerges from Political factions.
To understand regional cultural factors on self harm and suicide attempts among young people under 17. The percentages and gender ratios changed dramatically over the past three years, we investigate this using comparisons between three major cities and rural districts.