Philosophy with Teenagers offers a clear introduction to the theory and practice of the Community of Philosophical Enquiry (P4C). This book explains how P4C can facilitate young peoples exploration of key ethical concerns of our time, such as sustainability, justice, and intercultural and interfaith understanding . It considers why exploring such issues philosophically with their peers, can help young people with the process of growing up into confident individuals and responsible citizens. Further the book discusses the significance of philosophical enquiry to the educational needs of the 21st century. The authors provide practical examples for practitioners wanting to develop philosophical enquiry in their context, including secondary teachers looking to implement new curriculum demands in compelling and inspirational ways. The book provides useful insights for all those working directly or indirectly, formally or informally, with young people including teacher educators at university level, policy makers, parents and social and youth workers.