Youth and Justice
The Youth and Justice Strand of the Centre for Criminal Justice Research and Partnerships is a multi-disciplinary group. It focuses on issues facing young people involved in offending. More broadly, on issues around children and young people’s inclusion, their participation in decision-making and their experiences in communities.
We are a dynamic, multi-disciplinary group. We pioneer innovative, ethnographic research methods with children and young people. We have excellent academic and policy/practice networks, which we are keen to develop further. We are interested in research which makes a real difference.
Lead: Dr Zoe O’Riordan
Deputy Leads: Dr Ruth Parkes and Dr Yasmeen Ali
Criminal Justice Partnership
There are four other research strands under the Criminal Justice Partnership theme. Find out more below.