Forthcoming Event – October 2015
‘The National Association for Youth Justice (NAYJ) and the Association of Youth Offending Team Managers (AYM), in partnership with school of Humanities and Social Science at Liverpool John Moores University, are holding a joint conference on 14th October.
The one day event ‘The Costs of Youth Justice?’ will offer the opportunity to hear about and debate contemporary youth justice issues. We are delighted to have attracted two eminent plenary speakers – Anne Longfield, the Children’s Commissioner for England and Assistant Chief Constable Ian Pilling from Merseyside police who will be representing the National Police Chief’s Council (previously ACPO).
There will also be the opportunity for delegates to participate in a range of workshops and to put questions to the plenary speakers and others. If you wish to showcase your work by running a workshop, please complete the application form here
The cost for the day is £20 for NAYJ and AYM members and £50 for non-members, to include lunch and refreshments; to make an application click here
14th October event payment NAYJ member £20
14th October event payment non NAYJ member £50
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:
- 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.
With a new Conservative majority government in place the 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? Watch out for the publication of the NAYJ annual review of trends and developments to be published in the autumn.
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