Making the Case for Juvenile Justice Reform

Webinar

Join the Annie E. Casey Foundation and the Pretrial Justice Institute for an Aug. 10, 2017, webinar on communications tools that build and maintain support for juvenile justice reform.

August 6, 2017

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Casey Helps Students Get Frontline Experience Working in Juvenile Justice Policy and Advocacy

Blog Post

This summer, thanks to a program supported by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities in Florida interned with national juvenile justice policy and advocacy organizations. All five students who completed the program worked on the frontlines — and on the national stage — in the fields of juvenile justice advocacy and reform.     

September 11, 2017

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“Illinois Youth Advisory Board Gives Me a Voice that Counts,” Says Ja’Vaune

Blog Post

By the age of 20, Ja'Vaune Jackson had more than eight years of involvement with the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice. And, during these times, he had ideas about how to make the system better. Today, as a member of the Youth Advisory Board, he's sharing his idea and lifting up other youth leaders in juvenile justice reform.

October 16, 2017

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Momentum Builds in States to End the Youth Prison Model

Blog Post

America’s longstanding youth prison model — which emphasizes compliance, control and punishment — exacerbates youth trauma and inhibits positive growth while failing to enhance public safety. Not surprisingly, this model is fading across the nation.

January 25, 2018

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