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Hosted by Liverpool John Moores University

Presents a one day training seminar.

When? 8th December 2014

The day will comprise a mixture of plenary sessions and workshops with opportunities for delegates to participate.

Participants are anticipated from agencies across the North West and neighbouring regions involved in the youth justice system and students from relevant courses at the hosting University. It will look at contemporary practice and policy issues and debates in youth justice

More details will be circulated shortly and will be available from the NAYJ website www.thenayj.org.uk

NAYJ members £15

Non members   £20

(includes lunch and refreshments)

There are a limited number of concessions for non – waged people. Please contact info@thenayj.org.uk.

Do 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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