High risk youth

The price of prejudice: when attitudes shape policy

As professionals, to what extent do our attitudes and social representations shape how we work with young offenders? Do our ‘hidden prejudices’ get in the

CYCJ welcomes Mental Health Strategy

Managing the risk of serious harm presented by young people

Young people aged 12 to 17 years who have committed a serious sexual offence or are considered a serious risk of harm, can be managed

Managing and Responding to High Risk Young People

This conference on February 2, 2017, focused on how best to manage and respond to high risk behaviour in young people, including those who present a

Working with loss and bereavement in young people

This one day conference brought together practitioners to consider how we can support children and young people through difficult life experiences such as loss, what

Towards a better understanding of complex case – presentation slides

Dr Lorraine Johnstone (Interventions for Vulnerable Youth – IVY – Project) presented on ‘Towards a better understanding of complex cases – what is IVY teaching us?’ at

Safeguarding adolescents – presentation slides

Dr Camille Warrington (University of Bedfordshire) presented on ‘Safeguarding adolescents: balancing responses to risk and welfare – learning from research on sexual violence’ at Managing and Responding

Towards a better understanding of complex cases – podcast

Dr Lorraine Johnstone (Interventions for Vulnerable Youth – IVY – Project) presented on ‘Towards a better understanding of complex cases – what is IVY teaching us?’ at

Framing sibling incest – podcast

Dr Peter Yates (Edinburgh Napier University) presented on ‘Framing Sibling Incest’ at Managing and Responding to High Risk Young People (February 2017).

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Children's and Young People's Centre for Justice
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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