24 Principles for Working with Indigenous Youth Involved with the Law3 years ago 3 years ago Leave your thoughts
This factsheet was developed by YouthREX from content by Trotter, Baidawi & Evans (2015)*.
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The factsheet offers 24 principles for working with Indigenous youth involved with the law, categorized under communication, cultural recognition, environmental awareness, working with families, task-centred practice and role clarification, and casework processes.
*Trotter, C., Baidawi, S., & Evans, P. (2015). Good practice in community-based supervision of Aboriginal youth offenders. Australian Social Work, 68(1), 5-18.
Youth Research & Evaluation eXchange (YouthREX). (2015). 24 Principles for Working with Indigenous Youth Involved with the Law. Toronto, ON: Author.
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