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Congress 2017 Canadian Youth and Justice will highlight Canadian provincial, territorial and international practices, innovations, research and trends that are influencing positive outcomes for youth to support a national perspective. The conference will look at the evolving youth justice system within the context of an integrated and effective social justice network.
Congress 2017 will showcase preventive and innovative approaches, initiatives, and research that address underlying factors that impact youth involvement in the criminal justice system.
Canadian and international justice and youth justice related staff, community agencies, police, probation, child welfare, criminal and social justice academics, researchers and all other provincial / federal government service providers.
Research and Evidence-Informed Programming (examples, but not limited to):
- Youth and community resiliency
Innovative and Collaborative Approaches (examples, but not limited to):
- Youth with specialized needs (mental health, substance use, FASD, diversity, LGBTQ community)
- Indigenous youth
- Community Building Initiatives
- Police Driven Initiatives