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January 2024 E-bulletin

Featuring a report on Rights Respecting Justice for children in conflict with the law, vacancy for Head of Practice Development and important dates for the

Creative Conversations with CYCJ Episode 11: Inclusion as Prevention

For Episode 11 of Creative Conversations with CYCJ our focus is Inclusion as Prevention a partnership project between CYCJ, Dartington Service Design Lab, Action for Children

Rights Respecting Justice for Children in Conflict with the Law

In 2021, in light of the commitment made by the Scottish Government to incorporate UNCRC into Scots Law, CYCJ convened a group of children’s rights

December E-bulletin

A 10 year Anniversary, new projects, new faces – not to mention working to support significant legislative change in Scotland’s approach to children in conflict

Letter to Criminal Justice and Education, Children and Young People Committees

Stage 2 consideration of the  Children (Care and Justice) (Scotland) Bill has been extended to February 2024.  Whilst CYCJ presented evidence in support of the

Creative Conversations with CYCJ Episode 10: Diana Johns

In this episode of Creative Conversations with CYCJ we were joined by Diana Johns, Associate Professor and Chair of Criminology in the School of Social

Info Sheet 111: Youth Engagement and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service

As part of Early and Effective Intervention, a range of organisations offer youth engagement and partnership opportunities. In this Info Sheet Leigh-Anne Mcadam highlights the

Written Evidence for Jay Review of CCE

Commissioned by Action for Children, the Jay Review has been established to make recommendations on reducing child criminal exploitation (CCE) in the UK.  On Thursday

Info Sheet 110: Child First Approach

In this Info Sheet the authors analyse the Child First approach, which informs youth justice responses in England and Wales, and examine the principles that


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