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Trauma, Bereavement and Loss: Key learning and messages from research and practice

To support the move towards a trauma-informed workforce, CYCJ, Barnardo’s Scotland and the University of Strathclyde have published key messages and findings from a body

Here and now: an evaluation of Barnardo’s trauma, bereavement and loss services in schools

Drawing on the learning from the evaluation of trauma, bereavement and loss service for women in HMP & YOI Polmont a pilot service was planned

The trauma, bereavement and loss experiences of women in prison

The partial closure of Scotland’s only dedicated female prison, Cornton Vale, following the recommendations from the Commission on Women Offenders report, led to the relocation

Bullying behaviours: the relationship with offending, violence and exclusion

A recent survey of more than 2,000 children found that being bullied was the top barrier to having a good childhood. Other researchers have concluded

CYCJ Annual Workplan 2019-2020

This workplan specifies the projects and activities CYCJ will undertake in 2019/2020, primarily funded by the Scottish Government’s ‘CYCJ grant’.

June e-bulletin 2019

Top class conferencing, improving outcomes and sharing knowledge

Bullying behaviours: adverse experiences for all involved?

The Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice (CYCJ) has published a paper that draws together evidence from a rapid review of the literature in relation

Substance Misuse and Young People in Scotland

This short report is the output from a pilot practitioner research placement, jointly embarked upon by CYCJ and Includem, as part of CYCJ’s commitment to

Preventing offending: Improving our approach to workforce development

This resource was produced by the Developing Capacity and Improvement Implementation Group, and developed as part of the Scottish Government’s Youth Justice strategy: Preventing offending:

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