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Recruitment, Re-engagement & Reentry: Incorporating the Youth Voice into Juvenile Justice Reform

The Coalition for Juvenile Justice held a webinar, “Recruitment, Re-Engagement and Reentry: Incorporating the Youth Voice into Juvenile Justice Reform,” on November 21, 2013 to discuss the progress and future of two programs: Raising Our Youth as Leaders Project and the Washington State Partnership Council of Juvenile Justice Youth Committee. These programs work to engage teens and their families in discussions about how to improve the juvenile justice system. The webinar addresses the benefits, steps to engage, and challenges of…

Past Event
December 12, 2013, 8:00 am

The Coalition for Juvenile Justice held a webinar, “Recruitment, Re-Engagement and Reentry: Incorporating the Youth Voice into Juvenile Justice Reform,” on November 21, 2013 to discuss the progress and future of two programs: Raising Our Youth as Leaders Project and the Washington State Partnership Council of Juvenile Justice Youth Committee. These programs work to engage teens and their families in discussions about how to improve the juvenile justice system. The webinar addresses the benefits, steps to engage, and challenges of including young people in juvenile justice reform efforts.


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