The Justice Health Unit is convening a series of six webinars on the theme of Building a sustainable, comprehensive response to COVID-19 in relation to detention.
At this stage, we are still hoping to host two Catalysing Connections events in the latter half of 2020.
On Wednesday 6 November, we hosted an exciting panel discussion with thought leaders in criminal justice, adolescent health, human rights law, youth services, and research.
Please join us for our next Catalysing Connections networking event: Everyone’s business: schools, mental health and learning
Children can’t sign up to Facebook until age 13 but in Australia they can be prosecuted for a criminal offence at age ten, and that needs to change!
Wednesday 3rd April saw the Centre host the inaugural Catalysing Connections for Adolescent Health and Wellbeing networking event.
You’re invited to a special seminar: “Too young for Facebook… old enough for prison? The case for raising the minimum age of criminal responsibility” on Thursday 13th June, 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm in the Ella Latham Auditorium, Royal Children’s Hospital.
Please join us on Wednesday 3 April for our inaugural networking event. In this first event we discuss the fragmentation in adolescent health services.
Professor Michel Boivin presenting findings from two birth-cohort studies from Quebec, focusing on early developmental trajectories, gene-environment interplay, and their significance for prevention.
Special Seminar by Prof Nathan Hughes on “The health and developmental determinants of adolescent criminalisation.”