Youth Justice Implementation Groups

Implementation groups have been set up to support Youth Justice Improvement Board (YJIB) in progressing the ambitions of the Youth Justice Vision and Action Plan. Project managed by CYCJ, these are:

The Children’s Rights Implementation Group (CRIG) aims to identify human rights issues that impact upon children and young people in conflict with the law. CRIG includes two working groups, focusing on Participation, and Speech Language and Communication Needs, examining these areas in greater detail.  Contact ross.a.gibson@strath.ac.uk for more information.

Meeting minutes

February 8, 2022

Advancing the Whole System Approach Implementation Group is identifying areas of focus, including progressing Scotland’s Approach to children in conflict with the law: Vision & Priorities and associated action plan. View Processes and Timescales.

Two sub-groups are part of this group. The first focusses on alternatives to secure care and custody, currently seeking out good practice examples from across Scotland to develop our understanding of what this work looks like, recognise themes and principles that could be promoted to reduce the use of secure care and custody, safely scaffolding children and their support networks in the community. The second sub-group focuses on EEI in greater detail, ensuring this is rights-respecting, promoting children and family involvement throughout, and supporting consistency of approach and embedding nationally.

Meeting minutes

Speech, Language & Communication Needs Subgroup, January 1, 2022

Speech, Language and Communication Needs Subgroup: April 20, 2022

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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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