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By Cook County Justice for Children
Cook County Justice for Children, a local nonprofit responds to the pending search for new leadership at the JTDC

By Robert F. Kennedy Children's Action Corps
Edward P. Kelley, President & CEO of the Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps (RFK), participated in the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) National Summit on Law Enforcement Leadership in Juvenile Justice.

By Shrita D. Sterlin
U.S. Rep. Ed Towns convenes a diverse panel of experts to address the staggering rate of African American youth in the juvenile justice system. Etan Thomas, Mayor Goode and other experts will examine the issues facing youth and offer solutions.

By Penn Strategies LLC
U.S. Rep. Towns will host a forum at the CBCF Annual Legislative Conference entitled, “An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Reentry Programs,” to explore pressing issues facing youth and best practices in juvenile justice prevention.

By Joliett Vega-Klucevsek
ARISE Foundation will be conducting its Two-Day Drop It at the Door Training in Tampa, FL this week. Staff from the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice and local Salvation Army programs, will be in attendance.

By ARISE Foundation
ARISE Foundation will conduct its life skills training July 18th -19th at Seacoast National Bank, located at 3001 PGA Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Juvenile Justice staff and those working with at-risk populations will take part in this Training.

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By Cook County Justice for Children
Cook County Justice for Children, a local nonprofit responds to the pending search for new leadership at the JTDC

By The Official White House Boys Organization
Jefferey Sampson wants to know the truth about what happened to his brother Gregory at Florida School for Boys in 1965. Why did the healthy 13 year old die?

By University Area Community Development Corporation
This program prevents youth from going deeper into the juvenile justice system, which in turn saves the state money, improves communities and truly transforms young lives.

By Robert F. Kennedy Children's Action Corps
Edward P. Kelley, President & CEO of the Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps (RFK), participated in the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) National Summit on Law Enforcement Leadership in Juvenile Justice.

By Nebo Publishing
R. Dwayne Betts uses his public platform to advocate on behalf of juveniles in the criminal justice system.

By Cook County Justice for Children
The Jane Addams Juvenile Court Foundation Court (JAJCF) announced that, consistent with its plans established more than a decade ago, the organization will sunset effective June 30, 2012.

By Northwest Media, Inc.
Program to treat youth sexual offenders gets nod by CEBC.

By Shrita D. Sterlin
U.S. Rep. Ed Towns convenes a diverse panel of experts to address the staggering rate of African American youth in the juvenile justice system. Etan Thomas, Mayor Goode and other experts will examine the issues facing youth and offer solutions.

By Penn Strategies LLC
U.S. Rep. Towns will host a forum at the CBCF Annual Legislative Conference entitled, “An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Reentry Programs,” to explore pressing issues facing youth and best practices in juvenile justice prevention.

By Joliett Vega-Klucevsek
ARISE Foundation will be conducting its Two-Day Drop It at the Door Training in Tampa, FL this week. Staff from the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice and local Salvation Army programs, will be in attendance.

By Joliett Vega
ARISE Foundation launches its new Anger Management Course designed for individuals working with at-risk youth in a variety of settings.

By ARISE Foundation
ARISE Foundation will conduct its life skills training July 18th -19th at Seacoast National Bank, located at 3001 PGA Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Juvenile Justice staff and those working with at-risk populations will take part in this Training.

By In Toone Communication
Boy Changes Harsh Sentencing Law Protecting Juvenile Offenders, New Law Won’t Apply To Him

By ARISE Foundation
Traumatized high risk teens locked behind steel doors and razor wire fences come alive with ARISE curricula and dynamic, information rich, non threatening ARISE group sessions.

By Liquid Learning Group Pty Ltd.
This premier event will focus on driving change and Innovation in the Juvenile Justice System to promote early intervention and diversion, prevent crime and reduce recidivism in youth at risk and discover the future of juvenile justice in Australia

By Foster Parent College
Youth Today, the leading national newspaper for youth workers, reviewed the Northwest Media VStreet production in its June issue.

By ARISE Foundation, at-riskyouth.org
Since 1996, the Miami-Dade DOC has used the ARISE curriculum in its boot camp programs. It recently began using the one-of-a-kind ARISE staff training workshops to improve morale and decrease employee stress.

By Niroga Institute
Oakland, California… Independent research reports show that the Niroga Institute’s Transformative Life Skills (TLS) program an intervention including yoga, breathwork and meditation, lowers stress and increases self-control in incarcerated youth.

By ARISE Foundation
ARISE Master Trainers contribute knowledge and leadership to detention centers in Florida.

By Arjun Natarajan
Indian Media remembers Lippmann quote that there can be no higher law in journalism than to tell the truth and to shame the devil but forgets Section 21 of Juvenile Justice Act which is inspired by the UNCRC.

By ARISE Life Skills
Certified ARISE Life Skills Master Trainer Mario Perez is gearing up to conduct an intensive two-day training session. The training will assist the staff of ORJDC and others in teaching crucial life skills to the youth in their care.

By BARD Marketing
Criminal Defense Attorney, Michelle Suskauer, will be a speaker at Olympic Heights Community High School in Boca Raton, FL. She will speak to the Law Students about Juvenile Justice on May 15, 2009, from 11am – 2pm.

By ARISE Foundation
ARISE Life Skills Instructors learn how to conduct interactive group discussions and exciting activities with at-risk juvenile offenders, creating a mentoring relationship between juvenile justice staff and the young people in their care.

By ARISE Foundation
Summary: Life Skills Instructors learn how to conduct lively group discussions and activities with at-risk youth, creating a mentoring relationship between juvenile justice staff and the young people in their care.

By ARISE Foundation
ARISE Foundation will conduct its CHOICES workshop Jan. 27-30 in Tampa at 5118 N. 56th St., Suite 206. BAYS operates 7 youth programs under the umbrella of the Florida Dept. of Juvenile Justice. The training will take place daily from 9AM to 4PM.

By Amy Doucette
With help from a grant provided by the Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention, ARISE will bring vital life skills training to Florida's Juvenile Justice staff, turning them into mentors & coaches for the at-risk youth under their care.

By Edmund Benson
The nonprofit ARISE Foundation's 5-day Life Skills Master Trainer Workshop instructs participants on how to train others to teach important life skills to at-risk youth under their care using an interactive, engaging group experience.

By Rena Silveramn
Pathways Program To Help Identify Youth At Risk For Gang Membership Funding Will Allow For Implementation Of Intervention And Prevention Strategies

By Arjun Natarajan
More than Journalism with a Human Touch, the need of the hour in India is Journalism respecting Human Rights.

By Arjun Natarajan
If you wonder why Thomas Jefferson said "The man who reads nothing at all is better educated than the man who reads nothing but newspapers", then its time to read further.

By Arjun Natarajan
Media has a responsibility to respect the law of the land.

By The Defense Foundation For Children USA
Become involved in the greatest effort of changing lives and giving hope to impossible situations.

By Arjun Natarajan
The way the media in India recently handled the issue of a juvenile projected as serial killer would not create any awareness or do good to society or children.

By Arjun Natarajan
Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere and today we have a juvenile being branded as a serail killer by media all over.



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