13 June: Permanence applications: Lessons from the EV case with Julianna Cartwright, Westwater Advocates, The Scottish Child Law Centre. A special masterclass focusing on the Supreme Court’s decision in the matter of EV (a child) and discussing the implications on applications for permanence made by local authorities.
09.30 – 13.00, MacKenzie Building, 172 High Street, Old Assembly Close, Edinburgh, EH1 1QX17
20-21 June: National Youth Justice 2018 Conference. This free to attend event gives practitioners the chance to hear the latest research, share best practice and reflect on the views of young people who have experienced the youth and criminal justice system. This year, we have the pleasure of joining up with education colleagues as we look at the transitions our young people have to make on their journeys through life.
To apply for your place please complete this form no later than 13 April.
Stirling Court Hotel (University of Stirling)
28 September: Digital Justice Scotland 2018, delivered by Holyrood Events, will consider the next steps for improving capacity, capability and efficiency of the Scottish Government’s Digital Justice strategy. Key questions for the day will include; how can we connect policy into practice and unlock the benefits of technology across the justice system?
There are limited free spaces for public sector which can be booked here
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