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Registration Now Open for Global Youth Justice Training

August 31, 2016

Trust&Justice

Global Youth Justice will offer its 14th Global Youth Justice Training Institute in Provincetown, MA, on October 25–27, 2016. Participants will learn effective strategies for establishing and expanding volunteer-driven youth diversion programs referred to as Teen Court, Youth Court, Student Count, Peer Court, and Peer Jury. Topics include juvenile justice referral sources, dispositions for juvenile offenses and crimes, peer-to-peer community service sanctions, youth justice research/data collection, restorative justice principles in program practices, and wraparound support services.

This advanced leadership training will include a half-day session on grant writing and funding sources. Although the institute is designed for adults, some youth 16 and older who are currently involved in a youth/teen/student/peer court or jury program may be eligible to attend.

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