On Thursday 22 March 2018, BYC co-hosted a conference in London on the improvement of policy and practice in the effective resettlement of young people, in partnership with Making Research Count at the University of Bedfordshire and King’s College London.
Clinks’ Service User Involvement Managers’ Network, in partnership with BYC, Peer Power and Everton in the Community, are holding a workshop about effective youth participation and engagement.
30 March 2017 | Posted in Event
Yesterday, over 150 stakeholders gathered at the House of Lords to celebrate five years of the BYC programme and launch ‘Lessons from Youth in Focus’ report
Last week, the Beyond Youth Custody team brought together colleagues from Youth in Focus resettlement projects for an effective practice sharing workshop
Raise aspirations, build resilience and encourage care leavers to reach their potential – key messages from this year’s Care Leavers’ Conference 2016
Find out what was discussed at this year’s annual Care Leavers’ Week Conference
Last week Nacro, in partnership with Peer Power and Clinks, held two consultation events to hear the voices of young people and feed their views into Charlie Taylor’s Review of Youth Justice
“Throw Away The Key? Ending the cycle of re-offending” is a panel debate that will be held tomorrow on ending the cycle of re-offending, drawing on the evidence from Beyond Youth Custody
Highlights from our parliamentary launch of new report ‘Effective resettlement of young people: lessons from Beyond Youth Custody’
26 November 2014 | Posted in Event
Key highlights including Beyond Youth Custody’s debates and broad conclusions from the event.
Young women give their views at the Annual Care Leavers Conference.
Conference: Childhood trauma and young people in the criminal justice system | 19 November 2013 | London | Free
1 October 2013 | Posted in Event
Beyond Youth Custody would like to invite you to a free national conference focused on exploring emerging knowledge about childhood trauma, its prevalence in young people who have offended and the significance for those working in the criminal justice field. […]