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Plan B – Applying Whole System Approach in a Custodial Setting: Lessons from Practice (National Youth Justice Conference 2014)

Delivered by Helen Jones, Barnado’s, on Day 1 (Whole System Approach)

Chair’s opening address: Day 1 (National Youth Justice Conference 2014)

Delivered by Claire Lightowler, CYCJ, on Day 1 (Whole Systems Approach).

‘Living it!’ discussion session

Following talks at the ‘‘Living it! children, young people and justice’ event, the audience and speakers discuss and question the issues raised.

‘Rights Respecting? Scotland’s approach to children in conflict with the law’ – Child friendly version

To make our report ‘Rights Respecting? Scotland’s approach to children in conflict with the law’ accessible to a younger audience, we have designed a child

‘Spend time with me’: Children and young people’s experiences of COVID-19 and the justice system

This report shares findings from research undertaken by CYCJ gathering the views of children and young people with experience of the justice system on COVID-19

“Between a rock and a hard place”: Responses to Offending in Residential Childcare

There is current and ongoing concern regarding the potential criminalisation of looked after young people. To address these issues, CYCJ undertook a study which aimed to: gather

10 things everyone should know about adolescent harmful sexual behaviour

Stuart Allardyce and Dr Peter Yates delivered a lecture for CYCJ in May 2018 in celebration of the publication of their book; Working with Children and

2018 CYCJ Stakeholder Survey Report

The CYCJ Stakeholder Survey takes place every two years, in order to ensure that the work we do (such as our training, events and research)

72 hour reviews for young people in custody or secure care

Disclaimer: Please note that the information referred to in this info sheet is now out of date. For an updated version, go to Information Sheet 44 Reviews for

A Guide to Youth Justice in Scotland: policy, practice and legislation

Whether you are a practitioner, researcher or educator, you should be familiar with the latest policy and practice legislation in youth justice. That’s why the


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