The State of Children's Rights in England 2018 report, published by the Children's Rights Alliance for England, reveals how children's rights are being neglected as the nation focuses on Brexit.
An evaluation by NCVO Charities Evaluation Services finds JfKL's casework model leads to reduced feeling of isolation, improved wellbeing and increased ability to self-advocate.
The Youth Justice Legal Centre has announced the date and keynote speakers for its upcoming Youth Justice Summit, which will focus on the theme of “Children in the Criminal Courts”.
In a landmark judgment, the Supreme Court has ruled the disclosure of youth reprimands to future employers to be incompatible with human rights legislation, a decision that could benefit thousands of children issued with youth cautions every year.
A new handbook published by Just for Kids Law highlights the inequities and contradictions of the UK criminal records system, offering clarity and insight to practitioners in navigating this topic.
An online crowdfunding campaign has raised thousands of pounds to challenge the use of children as spies by the police and other investigative agencies.
Just for Kids Law has issued legal proceedings against the Home Office concerning the use of children as spies by the police and other investigative agencies.
Let Us Learn campaigners and Advocacy Year members graduate tonight from Just for Kids Law’s groundbreaking leadership training
Protest will highlight how lawful young migrants are also under threat from the government's 'hostile environment' because of rocketing Home Office fees.
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