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Youth Justice: Policy context

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  • Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Since winning a sizeable majority at last December’s general election, the Conservative government has continued to build on reforms to the youth justice system set in train by the previous administration.

Making a house into a home

The National House Project works with councils to support young people in care to move into their own homes. Jo Stephenson spoke to staff and participants to find out how it works and the difference it makes.

Therapeutic Interventions for Peace

Power The Fight’s report details recommendations for improvement of therapeutic services in London, that have arisen from qualitative and quantitative research data from young respondents, families and professionals.

Coronavirus daily round-up: Tuesday 24 November

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  • Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Schools and early years settings may be among those to trial regular Covid-19 testing instead of self-isolation for those who have been in contact with confirmed coronavirus cases, the government has said.

Early adopters set out the key features of children’s trusts

When it launched its children’s social care reform programme nearly five years ago, the Department for Education expressed an ambition that a third of councils should be in the process of handing responsibility for services to a children’s trust, or had completed the process, by 2020.

Youth Justice: Special Report

Against a background of continuing wide-ranging reforms of the youth justice system, CYP Now’s special report looks at the latest trends and policy developments, academic research and examples of best practice.

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