28th Global Youth Justice Trainings – Mar 21-22
Posted by Global Youth Justice on January 4, 2022
Registration is now open for the 28th Global Youth Justice Event – 1st Professional Development Institute, Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs, Monday, March 21, 2022 and Tuesday, March 22, 2022, Boston, Massachusetts.
The 28th Global Youth Justice Event is a new “Professional Development Institute” for Adults to Enhance and Expand Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Court and Peer Jury Diversion Programs, which are now Operational in 1800+ Communities in 47 States, DC, 20+ Tribes, and 12 Countries with 100’s more in various stages of development. While these Youth-Led and Volunteer-Driven Diversion Programs have emerged as the most replicated Juvenile Justice Program in America since the 1st Juvenile Court in 1899, they have also now become one of the Top 5 Youth Service Opportunities for Volunteer Youth in America, while providing other invaluable for all youth involved, such as active civic engagement, youth leadership, positive youth development, and they are providing a rare “Essential Service” to their communities year round. This “Professional Development Institute” will help position Adults involved in these Diversion Programs to return home with new ideas to further improve critical services for youthful offenders and youth volunteers, and equip them with the knowledge and skill to seek out funding and resources to further support these cost effective and much needed Diversion Programs, to keep youth offenders out of the Justice System, and ultimately out of the Criminal Justice System.
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