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Hate Crime: Causes, Motivations and Effective Interventions for Criminal Justice Social Work

Reports of hate crime in Scotland have continued to rise, with Edinburgh seeing an increase of all reported hate crimes over the last five years. There

The Costs of Youth Justice

While youth offending in Scotland has declined, the costs to those involved – the victim, perpetrator and society as a whole – are significant.  But

Exploring tertiary education for people with convictions

This report presents the findings of the Study With Conviction project undertaken between July 2015 and January 2016. It considers the barriers to accessing and

Shame, an effective tool for justice?

This paper was written as part of a placement from HMP Greenock with CYCJ. It aims to explore the influence of shame within the criminal justice system,

Universal Credits

Universal credit is currently rolling out across Scotland and is set to be the most significant change to the welfare state in years. Research by

Working with loss and bereavement in young people: resource page

Tying in with International Children’s Grief Awareness Week 2016, this conference in November 2016 brought together practitioners to hear from leading speakers from across the

Educational exclusion and inclusion – Common themes from the Improving Life Chances Group

This paper has been produced by the Improving Life Chances Implementation Group on behalf of the Youth Justice Improvement Board. It aims to highlight the

Rich Stafford – presentation from Working with Loss and Bereavement in Young People

Rich Stafford, Director of Bereavement Sector Support Scotland, Child Bereavement UK, presented at the Working with Loss and Bereavement in Young People conference (November 2016).

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141 St. James Road Glasgow G4 0LT

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