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CYCJ adapts ‘rights respecting’ report for a younger audience

Notes from the ‘Rights Respecting’ Symposium

A Symposium to mark the publication of the Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice’s ‘Rights Respecting? Scotland’s approach to children in conflict with the law’ report took place at the

Supporting all Under 18s in the Court System

Under 18s who appeared in court say: “I was in court the day after my 16th birthday and didn’t know what was happening…I just didn’t

Rights Respecting? Scotland’s approach to children in conflict with the law

This report, published in January 2020, sets out what Scotland must do to ensure its youth justice system is truly ‘rights respecting’, if it is

Talking Hope

This report was published by the University of Strathclyde and Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice (CYCJ), on behalf of the University of Strathclyde’s Institute for

Shining a light on hope in secure care

New York launch for Justice for Children initiative

What is Youth Justice? Reflections on the 1968 Act

This paper, authored by Nina Vaswani, Fiona Dyer and Claire Lightowler, charts the development of youth justice since the 1968 Act ushered in a national

CYCJ paper calls for change

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