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AGM and Seminar 2018 – Youth justice: future directions

NAYJ is delighted that Louise Haigh MP and Shadow Minister for Policing, will join us as one of the speakers at our annual seminar. We are also grateful to Doughty Street Chambers for hosting this important event. The AGM (members … Continue reading

‘Child Friendly Youth Justice?’ Event, Cambridge 25th September 2017

AGM and Seminar 2017: The State of Youth Custody

In this section, please find information relating to our 2017 AGM, to be held on 10th May at Doughty Street Chambers, London. NAYJ is delighted that John Drew, former Chief Executive of the Youth Justice Board, will join us as … Continue reading

Announcement of New Chair

The Trustee Board of the National Association for Youth Justice is delighted to announce that Ross Little, who has served as our Deputy Chair for the past year, will take over as Chair of the charity following the retirement of … Continue reading


When: Wednesday 17th May 2016 Where: 54 Doughty Street, Doughty Street Chambers, London WC1N 2LS. There’s a great line up of speakers, including Charlie Taylor, who is undertaking the current review of youth justice on behalf of the Ministry of … Continue reading

Event: The costs of youth justice

When: Wednesday 14th October, 9.30-4.30pm Where: The John Foster Building, 80-98 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, L3 5UZ We look forward to see you there!

Response for Secure College Rules

Response to the consultation on the plans for Secure College Rules The National Association for Youth Justice is a membership organization that campaigns for the rights of and justice for children in trouble with the law. The NAYJ does not … Continue reading

Yorkshire Association for Youth Justice seminar

Please find attached the flyer for Yorkshire Association for Youth Justice seminar on 15thDecember at Oxford Place Leeds If you require a place please contact me as soon as possible¬† (link to the venue below) It will be presented¬† by … Continue reading

Letter to the Times

On 14th November Lord Harris (Chair of the Independent panel on deaths in custody) expressed his view that too many vulnerable people are imprisoned. Sadly, his commission has only been asked to look at deaths in custody of those aged … Continue reading

2014 Events

We would like to thank all the speakers, workshop presenters and delegates who attended our two events held in April and June this year (2014). To see the report and access slides and other papers, please click below to download. … Continue reading