Theory, methods and practice

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

Strengths, Needs and Adverse Childhood Experiences in young women at high risk

This report summarises findings from CYCJ’s work carry out an examination of the Up-2-Us Strength and Resilience Monitoring (SRM) tool. Designed to address the specific

Journey through Justice

This interactive online resource is designed to help children and young people understand the journey through the youth justice system, following being charged with an

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

Continuing the Young Person’s Journey

Striving to inspire a better future for children

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

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