Webinar Series Reimagines Diversion From Juvenile Court

The Annie E. Casey Foundation will host a webinar series that imagines diverting significantly more young people from juvenile court processing. During the two-part series, experts will share how diversion could reduce deeper system involvement for all young people — especially youth of color.

December 9, 2019

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From the Field: Four Ways to Transform Juvenile Justice Now

The Annie E. Casey Foundation has released videos on four emerging areas of juvenile justice practice — youth partnership, credible messengers, restorative justice and healing youth trauma. The talks inspire practitioners to think differently about what’s possible within their systems. Visit the post to watch the videos.

December 9, 2019

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Transforming Justice

Bringing Pennsylvania’s Young People Safely Home from Juvenile Justice Placements

This report by the Juvenile Law Center, funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, provides research and recommendations to support bringing Pennsylvania’s young people safely home from juvenile justice placements.

December 9, 2019

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Watch: Nate Balis on the Strength of the JDAI Network

A new video recording reports on the state of JDAI®, the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s movement for juvenile justice reform. The session captures the address that Nate Balis, director of the Foundation’s Juvenile Justice Strategy Group, delivered to 800 justice practitioners and decision makers at the 2019 JDAI Inter-Site Conference in Seattle.

December 9, 2019

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A Closer Look: The Generation Work Partnership in Hartford

As part of Generation Work™, the Annie E. Casey Foundation is investing in five partnerships — in Cleveland, Hartford, Indianapolis, Philadelphia and Seattle — to explore new ways of helping young people gain the knowledge and experience needed to secure jobs that pay family-sustaining wages. This post focuses on Hartford, Connecticut.

December 6, 2019

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