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The Service User Involvement Thematic Review

In this thematic review Beth Weaver, University of Strathclyde, Kristina Moodie, CYCJ, and Claire Lightowler, CYCJ,  bring together findings so far to share what has

The Women’s Centre Programme, Thematic Summary: Issue 1 October 2017

The Women’s Centre Programme has been developed by the Robertson Trust, in partnership with third sector organisations Centrestage and Active Communities, to demonstrate how a

Promoting Young People’s Participation

Research suggests participation could improve the lives of those involved in offending by helping them create meaning to their lives and develop new skills. This

Information and Support to Victims of Youth Crime and Young Victims of Crime

This paper has been produced by the Improving Life Chances Implementation Group on behalf of the Youth Justice Improvement Board. This is intended for practitioners

National Independent Care Review – CYCJ’s response

In October 2016, Scotland’s First Minister announced a national ‘root and branch’ review of care.  This led to the establishment of a board featuring people

Restorative Justice – What Scotland can learn from Northern Ireland

Evidence shows that Restorative Justice (RJ) can have a useful impact on reducing reoffending while giving victims a sense of having their voices heard within

Youth & Criminal Justice in Scotland: The Young Person’s Journey

Youth & Criminal Justice in Scotland: The Young Person’s Journey is an interactive online resource that aims to simplify how the youth and criminal justice system

National Youth Justice Conference 2017

Now in its tenth year, this popular event brought delegates together at Stirling University on June 21 and 22 for two days of speakers and

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