The Alliance for Youth Justice (AYJ) has published a blog post about their conversation with Andy Peaden from The Skill Mill. You can read the full blog post by clicking here.
The Alliance for Youth Justice works to improve youth justice in England and Wales, for the benefit of children, young people, and society. They amplify the views of children and young people, and centre their interests, rights and wellbeing. Rather than promoting a particular service or intervention, they press for change in the best interests of children.
The Skill Mill is a member of the AYJ because of our focus on providing employment opportunities for young people in the justice system, thereby reducing reoffending whilst increasing the young people’s life chances.