Community links and engagement

Child Trafficking Conference – DS Robin Veitch, National Human Trafficking Unit

DS Robin Veitch on ‘Human Trafficking: A Police Response’ at the ‘Child Trafficking: A Scottish Perspective’ conference on October 29.

Child Trafficking Conference – Philip Ishola, CEO Counter Human Trafficking Bureau

Philip Ishola discusses ‘Human Trafficking: Global – National – Local’ at the ‘Child Trafficking: A Scottish Perspective’ conference on October 29, 2014.

Child Trafficking Conference – Tam Baillie, Scottish Commissioner for Children and Young People

Tam Baillie delivering the welcome address at the ‘Child Trafficking: A Scottish Perspective’ on October 29, 2014.

Child Trafficking: A Scottish Perspective

This Information Sheet, written by Debbie Nolan and Jill McAfee, draws on contributions to the ‘Child Trafficking: A Scottish Perspective’ conference held by CYCJ on

Speech, language and communication difficulties

The Scottish Government has identified a policy priority in relation to speech, language and communication needs and how they relate to youth justice. In order to collate existing knowledge

Problem Solving Judicial Practice in Alloa Sheriff Court: Sheriff D Mackie

This short paper by Sheriff David Mackie, resident Sheriff for Alloa, starts from the premise that the merits of a problem solving approach in appropriate

National Youth Justice Conference 2014 – Vox Liminis

Vox Liminis’ Alison Urie talks about the valuable work that the arts-based intervention project does in Scottish prisons. She’s joined by Andrew Howie, who performs

Ashley Cameron, Who Cares? Scotland (National Youth Justice Conference 2014)

From listening to legislation: Ashley Cameron, an Education Campaigner with Who Cares? Scotland, speaks at Day 1 of the Youth Justice Conference 2014.

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