Restorative Justice Week

Thriving Survivors, Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice & Community Justice Scotland come together to celebrate RJ Week Thriving Survivors, Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice & Community Justice Scotland come together to celebrate Restorative Justice Week. You are invited to a LIVE Q&A at the stunning 63rd & 1st in Glasgow to...

Trauma-informed support and women who sell or exchange sex in Scotland

A free event for workers exploring compassionate, strengths-based and person-centred service responses to women who sell or exchange sex. Women who sell or exchange sex often carry multiple and intertwined traumatic experiences. The high prevalence of trauma in this population evidences the need for support services that understand how trauma can play out and continue...

Commercial Sexual Exploitation: an introductory session

A free online session introducing frontline workers and support services to commercial sexual exploitation and the needs of women involved. A recent report commissioned by the Scottish Government highlighted that women who sell or exchange sex sought support for an average of seven different needs, including mental health, housing and addictions. It has also identified...

Tackling Whiteness as a Decolonizing Task in Contemporary Criminology

SCCJR Annual Lecture 2022: Dr Rod Earle, The Open University Tackling Whiteness as a decolonizing task in contemporary criminology Dr Rod Earle, The Open University Abstract: In the 21st century criminology has become a vigorous and dynamic discipline attracting growing numbers of students and developing new research programmes. In this talk I will explore how...

Mental Wellness & Resilience for the Climate Crisis with Bob Doppelt Nov 21

How can we build universal mental wellness & resilience for the climate crisis? How can we build universal mental wellness & resilience for the climate crisis? Increasing global temperatures are producing big disruptions to the systems people rely on for basic needs, mixed with more frequent, extreme, and prolonged disasters. New thinking and approaches are...

Encouraging Safety in the Home – Autumn/ Winter Seminar Series 2022

Annog Diogelwch yn y Cartref / Encouraging Safety in the Home Sgroliwch i lawr am y Saesneg / Please scroll down for English Annog Diogelwch yn y Cartref: Gwiriadau a Mapio Diogelwch Cartref Wedi’i anelu at weithwyr proffesiynol ac ymarferwyr sy’n gweithio ym maes diogelwch cymunedol, bydd y seminar hon yn archwilio dulliau effeithiol, modern...

Community Conversation for the Gypsy/Traveller community

‘IN PERSON’ COMMUNITY CONVERSATION Organised by COSLA and Scottish Government (NB: this event is only open to the Gypsy/Traveller community) Chance to chat about our Action Plan to support the community and issues affecting you with Minister for Equalities – Christina McKelvie MSP and COSLA’s Community Wellbeing Spokesperson – Cllr Chalmers Take Part in fun...

Wealth of Nations 2.0

Building unstoppable momentum towards a Wellbeing Economy Scotland is leading the way in building an economy that works for people and planet, with pioneering businesses, community groups and civic society working to support a transition towards a Wellbeing Economy. However, there is still some way to go to embed the concept of a Wellbeing Economy...

A Child First system: priorities and progress

What do 200+ youth justice experts think we can do to improve the youth justice system? Join us to hear our findings. The latest evidence shows that a ‘Child First approach’ is the best was to prevent offending by children, and therefore to create safer communities with fewer victims. We asked more than 200 expert...

Transform Drugs Event @ Newcastle Cathedral

Re-evaluating our thinking about drugs – why change is needed and what realistically can we do? Newcastle Cathedral is hosting a TRANSFORM DRUGS event in response to the escalating number of drug deaths within the UK and the North East in particular. The event will be facilitated by Anyone’s Child: Families for Safer Drug Control,...