This blog was originally published on Bright Blue as part of their Centre Write series. In early June, the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child (UN
The following blog was written by our Policy and Public Affairs Officer Ayomide Sotubo for Special Needs Jungle. Under the UN Convention on the Rights
This is a personal blog from one of our Trainee Solicitors, Aisha Rahal, reflecting on her experience working at JfKL.
On 10 October 2021, some of our brilliant staff members will be running in the Royal Parks Half Marathon to raise money for our work. Race tickets can be really hard to come by and we haven’t competed as a team in a half marathon in over 10 years so this is definitely something to be proud of! The JfKL team have been training for months now, enduring the summer heat (and plenty of rain), injuries, blisters, and sore knees to prepare for the race. This will be a huge challenge but we’re confident that we can go the distance. Read on to find out why Augusta Itua, one of our amazing Youth Justice Lawyers, is taking part this year.
With institutional racism in the police rightly under fierce scrutiny at this moment, we must also stop to get to grips with race discrimination in
On Monday 2nd March, the Children’s Rights Alliance for England (CRAE) held a reception in the Houses of Parliament to celebrate 30 years since the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) was adopted by the UN.
Joel Carter, Director of Programmes and Participation, looks at how we have been improving our approach to capturing outcomes for our casework with young people.
On the 30th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, Louise King looks back at the achievements of the last 30 years and what still needs to be done.
Jennifer Twite looks at the Home Secretary's law and order agenda and its crucial omission of criminal records reform.