If you are a practitioner, academic or policy maker or if you support the NAYJ aims, why not consider becoming a member? Membership benefits – from as little as £18 per annum – include:

  • The weekly SCYJ youth justice e mail, keeping you up to date with policy, practice and legislation news and information
  • Access to Youth Justice; an international journal
  • Discounted places at NAYJ seminars and events
  • Advance copies of NAYJ briefing and campaign papers

For further information and a downloadable application form please go to the membership page.

The National Association for Youth Justice will be holding its annual seminar ‘Lessons for the Future: Where Next for Youth Justice?'(click here to download programme) on 20th May 2015 in central London. We are delighted to have secured three eminent speakers: Lord Carlile of Berriew, Dr Laura Janes and Carlene Firmin who will address issues on the reform of the Youth Court, the secure estate and girls and young women in the youth justice system. We are able to offer a limited number of places at a cost of only £40 (to include a drinks reception after the seminar). To reserve a place please complete the application form and return by 5th May.

This event is now SOLD OUT Look out for details of our next event later in the year.

In this election year NAYJ wants to ensure that politicians are aware of our key issues for the youth justice system in England and Wales. Click here to read and download a copy of the NAYJ Youth Justice Manifesto

Do you want an instant guide to what’s happening in youth justice? NAYJ has just published its annual report ‘Children in Trouble with the Law: an overview of trends and developments 2013′ by Dr Tim Bateman. Click here to access or download your copy

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