Fifty years since the Social Work (Scotland) 1968 Act changed children’s welfare, CYCJ has produced a paper calling for further radical change that is firmly based in children’s rights.
As the Year of Young People 2018 draws to a close, Ross Gibson reflects on 12 months of powerful blogs written for CYCJ by young people – and what happens next.
Alison Gough, Secure Care National Advisor, shares her reflections on a decade of secure care in Scotland.
The IVY project was introduced by CYCJ to promote best practice in forensic mental health risk assessment and management for young people who present a serious risk of harm to others.
The 2019 Scottish Social Services Awards will open in the New Year, inviting individuals, teams and organisations working across social
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3rd April 2019
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University of Strathclyde
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