Supporting Positive Outcomes for Youth Involved with the Law4 years ago 4 years ago
This webinar was hosted by YouthREX.
HERE’S HOW THE HOSTS DESCRIBE THIS WEBINAR:
How can we support positive outcomes for youth involved with the law? What is the impact of the Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA) on particular groups of young people facing barriers?
The YCJA has successfully changed the youth justice system by moving it away from punitive toward more rehabilitative approaches to youth justice, and by reducing the incarcerated rate of youth in general. However, not all youth are benefiting from the changes. The incarcerated rate of Indigenous youth has not decreased and there have been unintended adverse impacts on youth from racialized groups.
This webinar features Dr. Siu-Ming Kwok speaking on youth criminal justice in conversation with youth advocates, Rebecca Weatherstone and Heidi HeavyShield, who have experience working within the corrections system. Our webinar presenters share a case study scenario of a youth navigating the criminal justice system that we will discuss from the perspective of research and practice. In addition to providing an overview of evidence-based guidelines and principles for practitioners and program developers to support positive outcomes for youth involved in the law, webinar participants were invited to engage with the presenters and information shared.
Youth Research and Evaluation eXchange (YouthREX). (2017, March 23). Supporting Positive Outcomes for Youth Involved with the Law (Webinar Recording) on Vimeo [Video file]. Retrieved from https://vimeo.com/210318542
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