Inclusion as Prevention

Inclusion as Prevention (IAP) is an innovative community-driven project that’s aiming to collaboratively shift and re-shape the design and delivery of services for children and young people at risk of offending, and their families.

IAP is based in Scotland’s South Lanarkshire local authority area and  is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund. IAP’s core partners are CYCJ, South Lanarkshire Council, Action for Children, and Dartington Service Design Lab. CYCJ is supporting IAP through embedded evaluation and communications activity.

Visit the IAP website to find out more. 


Thematic Summary (Engagement): June 2021

Football, Young People and the Cmmunity TOC Report June 2022

‘From Trapped in the System to Changing The System’ IAP Update: Nov 2022

Year 3 Thematic Summary: ‘Is this Coproduction, codesign, participation or something else?’

Street Cones work with Young Men in South Lanarkshire Report

Junior Pathfinders Evaluation Summary

Junior Pathfinders Test of Change Pilot Report

Gender Based Violence Survey Test of Change Update


Shape of IAP – July 2019

What’s the point of IAP? – July 2021

The halfway point – how you can help – Aug 2021

Bail and Remand – Dan’s Story

A GBV Q&A – Nov 2021

Young People Trapped in the Justice System – Feb 2022

Working together to secure change – May 2022

IAP Football project scores a goal in the community – July 2022

Everyone helps us to the finishing line – July 2022

Young people support others to talk loss – Aug 2022

Co-production: all of the ladders, none of the snakes – Oct 2022

How co-designing with young people can change your practice – Dec 2022

Contact Us

Children's and Young People's Centre for Justice
University of Strathclyde
Lord Hope Building, Level 6
141 St. James Road Glasgow G4 0LT

(0141) 444 8622

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