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June e-bulletin 2019

Top class conferencing, improving outcomes and sharing knowledge

Bullying behaviours: adverse experiences for all involved?

The Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice (CYCJ) has published a paper that draws together evidence from a rapid review of the literature in relation

Substance Misuse and Young People in Scotland

This short report is the output from a pilot practitioner research placement, jointly embarked upon by CYCJ and Includem, as part of CYCJ’s commitment to

Preventing offending: Improving our approach to workforce development

This resource was produced by the Developing Capacity and Improvement Implementation Group, and developed as part of the Scottish Government’s Youth Justice strategy: Preventing offending:

Preventing offending: improving outcomes for children and young people

This resource was produced by the Developing Capacity and Improvement Implementation Group, and developed as part of the Scottish Government’s Youth Justice strategy: Preventing offending:

National Youth Justice Conference 2019

The 12th annual National Youth Justice Conference took place at the Stirling Court Hotel on June 19 & 20, 2019. Hosted by the Centre for

May e-bulletin 2019

Sharing best practice, justice for every child and inclusion as prevention

Practitioner Case Studies

The Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice (CYCJ) is pleased to introduce its first collection of Practitioner Case Studies, with the aim of providing the

Improving Life Chances Implementation Group – February 2019

These notes were taken at the Improving Life Chances Implementation Group meeting on February 19, 2019.

April e-bulletin 2019

Challenging perceptions, celebrating next steps and staying human.

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