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March E-bulletin 2023

Featuring the Comparative Study of Secure Care and Young Offender Institutions, our upcoming Poverty (In)justice Event and your last chance to sign up for #YJConf2023

Preparing to Keep The Promise: A Comparative Study of Secure Care and Young Offender Institutions in Scotland

As part of the Children’s Care and Justice Bill Scotland is preparing to end the practice of housing children in YOI’s. In this report Dr

Thematic Review of Biometric Data – Children and Young People’s Perspectives

The Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice (CYCJ) was commissioned by the Scottish Biometrics Commissioner to undertake a consultation with children and young people

Info Sheet 44: Reviews for children and young people in custody under the Whole System Approach

This Information Sheet is designed to provide information for local authorities regarding reviews for all children (aged under 18) and young people (aged under 21)

CYCJ Responds to the Call for Views on Children (Care and Justice) Bill

The Education, Children and Young People Committee at Holyrood is currently in the process of scrutinising the Children (Care and Justice) (Scotland) Bill. As part

February E-Bulletin 2023

Applications are now open for the Youth Justice Conference 2023, plus a callout to the residential childcare workforce to our child criminal exploitation (CCE) survey,

January E-Bulletin 2023

A tribute to Bella McOuat, Men Minds project launches, plus the upcoming 4 Nations Secure Care Symposium

December E-bulletin 2022

Join CYCJ Director Fiona Dyer for a look back at 2022, plus the latest episode of our Creative Conversations podcast, featuring Children and Young People’s

Creative Conversations with CYCJ Ep. 5: Bruce Adamson, Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland

For Episode 5 of ‘Creative Conversations with CYCJ’ we were joined by Bruce Adamson to reflect on the change that he has witnessed (and driven)


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