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Young people and crime (2010)

Overview

It is widely acknowledged in Australia and around the world that children and young people should be subject to a system of criminal justice that is separate from the adult system and that recognises their inexperience and immaturity. as such, children are typically dealt with separately from adults and treated less harshly than their adult counterparts.
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Trends & issues in crime and criminal justice (Australia, 2010)

Trends & issues in crime and criminal justice no. 398

Kelly Richards
ISSN 1836-2206
Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology, August 2010


Foreword | This preliminary paper provides an overview of the legislative and policy context of restorative justice measures for juveniles in each Australian state and territory, highlighting the diverse characteristics of current restorative practices. Further, it provides an indication of the numbers and characteristics of...
 

Young people’s views and experiences of the Youth Justice System



Young people’s views and experiences of the Youth Justice System


Michelle Botley, Becca Jinks and Carol Metson

Abstract

There has been an increasing emphasis on the importance of young people’s participation in the youth justice system. One example of this is the introduction of Referral Orders for young people who plead guilty to their first criminal offence. In particular, the use of panel meetings means that young people are given the opportunity
...
 

Broken commissioning threatens survival of small charities

Interesting new report by Lloyds Bank Foundation regarding the plight of small charities in England and Wales as a consequence of dysfunctional funding...
 

Educating for Peace and Justice Conference, 21 January 2017, Toronto (Canada)

Educating for Peace and Justice Conference



Saturday, January 21, 2017
OISE, 252 Bloor St. West
Toronto


Educating
...
 

The Listening Room by Harriet Madeley, a play about restorative justice, 7th February - 4th March 2017 (London, UK)



THE LISTENING ROOM

BY HARRIET MADELEY
A NEW VERBATIM PLAY FROM BRAVE BADGER


Old Red Lion Theatre
...
 

RJ Practitioners sought to participate in research study with University of Salford (Manchester, UK)

Hi all, the following request for help was received from Susy Barnes, for a project with the University of Salford in Manchester, UK.

They're
...
 

Restorative Justice and YP under 18

How colleagues from YOTs approach under age victims when offering RJ interventions, i.e consent issues, resistant parents?
 

Jon Collins, CEO of the Restorative Justice Council (UK): Research priorities, what the QM is for, and challenges ahead




Jon Collins, CEO of the Restorative Justice Council (UK) met with the Restorative Forum to talk about research priorities for the
...
 

John W. Bailie - Community Power: The Real Potential of Restorative Justice

Community Power: The Real Potential of Restorative Justice

Published on December 13, 2016 John W. Bailie, Ph.D.

President, International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP)

by John W. Bailie, Ph.D.

A colleague recently sent me Kathleen Daly’s (2015) excellent paper What is Restorative Justice? Fresh Answers to a Vexed Question.

In her paper, Daly raises many timely questions about the nature of restorative justice (RJ) and its future in relation to the wider
...
 

Joshua Wachtel: Refugee camps ripe for restorative action

Refugee camps ripe for restorative action

By Joshua Wachtel
Published: July 28, 2016



Restorative circles are building relationships and mutual understanding at a refugee camp in Belgium. The camp, like many others across Europe, is crowded with asylum seekers fleeing conflicts in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan. In this environment of tension, hope and clashing cultures, circles are enabling people to be heard and resolve their conflicts. This work has the potential to improve...
 

Request for info - rj in prisons/probation

Hello everyone, I hope you are all well. I am posting here today because I have been asked to contribute to a project which involves revising, updating...
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Hot Topics: Legal issues in plain language - Young people and crime (2010)

Hot Topics: Legal issues in plain language



Young people and crime (2010)

Overview

It is widely acknowledged in Australia and around the world that children and young people should be subject to a system of criminal justice that is separate from the adult system and that recognises their inexperience and immaturity. as such, children are typically dealt with separately from adults and treated less harshly than their adult counterparts.
...
 

Trends & issues in crime and criminal justice (Australia, 2010)

Trends & issues in crime and criminal justice no. 398

Kelly Richards
ISSN 1836-2206
Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology, August 2010


Foreword | This preliminary paper provides an overview of the legislative and policy context of restorative justice measures for juveniles in each Australian state and territory, highlighting the diverse characteristics of current restorative practices. Further, it provides an indication of the numbers and characteristics of...
 

Young people’s views and experiences of the Youth Justice System



Young people’s views and experiences of the Youth Justice System


Michelle Botley, Becca Jinks and Carol Metson

Abstract

There has been an increasing emphasis on the importance of young people’s participation in the youth justice system. One example of this is the introduction of Referral Orders for young people who plead guilty to their first criminal offence. In particular, the use of panel meetings means that young people are given the opportunity
...
 

Broken commissioning threatens survival of small charities

Interesting new report by Lloyds Bank Foundation regarding the plight of small charities in England and Wales as a consequence of dysfunctional funding...
 

Educating for Peace and Justice Conference, 21 January 2017, Toronto (Canada)

Educating for Peace and Justice Conference



Saturday, January 21, 2017
OISE, 252 Bloor St. West
Toronto


Educating
...
 

The Listening Room by Harriet Madeley, a play about restorative justice, 7th February - 4th March 2017 (London, UK)



THE LISTENING ROOM

BY HARRIET MADELEY
A NEW VERBATIM PLAY FROM BRAVE BADGER


Old Red Lion Theatre
...
 

RJ Practitioners sought to participate in research study with University of Salford (Manchester, UK)

Hi all, the following request for help was received from Susy Barnes, for a project with the University of Salford in Manchester, UK.

They're
...
 

Restorative Justice and YP under 18

How colleagues from YOTs approach under age victims when offering RJ interventions, i.e consent issues, resistant parents?
 

Jon Collins, CEO of the Restorative Justice Council (UK): Research priorities, what the QM is for, and challenges ahead




Jon Collins, CEO of the Restorative Justice Council (UK) met with the Restorative Forum to talk about research priorities for the
...
 

John W. Bailie - Community Power: The Real Potential of Restorative Justice

Community Power: The Real Potential of Restorative Justice

Published on December 13, 2016 John W. Bailie, Ph.D.

President, International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP)

by John W. Bailie, Ph.D.

A colleague recently sent me Kathleen Daly’s (2015) excellent paper What is Restorative Justice? Fresh Answers to a Vexed Question.

In her paper, Daly raises many timely questions about the nature of restorative justice (RJ) and its future in relation to the wider
...
 

Joshua Wachtel: Refugee camps ripe for restorative action

Refugee camps ripe for restorative action

By Joshua Wachtel
Published: July 28, 2016



Restorative circles are building relationships and mutual understanding at a refugee camp in Belgium. The camp, like many others across Europe, is crowded with asylum seekers fleeing conflicts in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan. In this environment of tension, hope and clashing cultures, circles are enabling people to be heard and resolve their conflicts. This work has the potential to improve...
 

Request for info - rj in prisons/probation

Hello everyone, I hope you are all well. I am posting here today because I have been asked to contribute to a project which involves revising, updating...
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