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The Participation Issue
One year on from the publication of CYCJ’s Participation and Engagement Strategy, this special issue of the e-bulletin celebrates all things participation at CYCJ –
Sentencing young people – where next?
‘Sentencing young people: where next?’ took place on April 27, co-hosted by CYCJ and the Scottish Sentencing Council. It was a follow up to January’s
CYCJ’s response to the Scottish Government’s policy position paper: Cross-border placements of children and young people into residential care in Scotland
The Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice (CYCJ) has responded to the Scottish Government’s policy position paper: Cross-border placements of children and young people
April e-bulletin 2022
Launching Think Justice, meeting the Cabinet Secretary and celebrating STARR.
Thinking About Justice
CYCJ’s research ‘Thinking About Justice’ explored children’s understanding, experiences of, and aspirations for, justice in Scotland. The child led project, which was commissioned and funded
Scotland’s response to children in conflict with the law: What data exists?
Wherever possible children who come into conflict with the law should be kept out of the adult criminal justice system and either diverted from formal
March 2022 e-bulletin
Consulting children about Restorative Justice, co-designing social justice and leading change.
Enabling participation in youth justice: the Lundy model in practice
All children and young people are entitled to heard on all matters affecting them. This is important always but especially important, yet often ignored, when
The views of school pupils on the use of Restorative Justice in Scotland
The Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice (CYCJ) has been commissioned to conduct research with children, young people and families to explore their awareness, understanding