Papers and submissions
Click to download a copy of YAC’s papers and submissions:
YOUTH JUSTICE – A BALANCED APPROACH
The Youth Advocacy Centre together with QAILS presented a free public forum on Wednesday 29 May 2013 called Youth Justice_ A balanced approach. Thank you to everyone who came and supported this event.
Please click the links attached below to view:
- the papers and powerpoints from the Forum held on Wednesday 29 May 2013
- two fact sheets on youth offending and addressing youth offending
- YAC’s response to the review of youth justice
- video from Harvard University – Building Adult Capabilities to Improve Child Outcomes: A Theory of Change
KR paper: What makes juveniles different from adult offenders?
AS presentation: What we know about youth offending and youth offenders?
EH Youth Justice Forum_290513: The young person’s brain
DW presentation: The youth justice system in Queensland
BS Youth Justice presentation: How are human rights relevant to youth justice and the criminal justice system in Queensland?
Center for Child Development, Harvard University: Building adult capabilities to improve child outcomes: a theory of change http://developingchild.harvard.edu/resources/multimedia/videos/theory_of_change/