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‘Rights Respecting? Scotland’s approach to children in conflict with the law’ – Child friendly version

To make our report ‘Rights Respecting? Scotland’s approach to children in conflict with the law’ accessible to a younger audience, we have designed a child

‘Spend time with me’: Children and young people’s experiences of COVID-19 and the justice system

This report shares findings from research undertaken by CYCJ gathering the views of children and young people with experience of the justice system on COVID-19

Prioritising Prevention? Opportunities and barriers to inclusion, prevention and early intervention in Scottish Youth Justice

This report shares findings from a scoping study undertaken on behalf of the Inclusion as Prevention (IAP) project, funded by the National Lottery, under their

IAP study pictures prevention in Scottish youth justice

Creating meaningful participation with young people

Youth Justice Voices was set up in 2019 with CYCJ and Scottish Throughcare and Aftercare (Staf), using Life Changes Trust funding to find creative ways

Inclusive Justice: Co-producing Change

This guide was commissioned by Community Justice Ayrshire and written by Dr Beth Weaver, Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Strathclyde, Dr

Transfer of Community Court Orders across the UK

This Info Sheet details what’s involved in the transfer of community court orders across the UK – the legislation, processes and key people.

Flexibility is key – Movement Restriction Conditions

This Info Sheet considers the latest use of MRCs in Scotland and explores what a more bespoke and creative application of MRCs looks like in

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University of Strathclyde
Lord Hope Building, Level 6
141 St. James Road Glasgow G4 0LT

(0141) 444 8622

cycj@strath.ac.uk

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