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The group meets regularly to discuss and debate legal issues arising from our legal and policy work. It is open to members of the legal profession and others who have an interest in penal reform.
Children and imprisonment: global perspectives, national practices, rights and remedies
A Howard League lawyers’ network event in association with the Standing Committee for Youth Justice and Doughty Street Chambers Children’s Rights Group will be held on 17 December 2019, 6pm to 8pm at Doughty Street Chambers, 54 Doughty St, London WC1N 2LS
Reducing the criminalisation of looked after children at the police station masterclass was held on Tuesday 24 September 2019 at Garden Court Chambers.
This event, chaired by Kate Aubrey-Johnson, Barrister and mediator, Garden Court Chambers included presentations by:
- Claire Sands, Research and Policy Manager, Howard League for Penal Reform – download the presentation slides
- Laura Cooper, Co-Head of Youth Justice Legal Centre and Policy and Public Affairs Manager – download the presentation slides
- Dr Miranda Bevan, London School of Economics – download the presentation slides
- Dr Laura Janes, Legal Director, Howard League for Penal Reform – download the presentation slides
Representing looked-after Children at the police station: a step-by-step guide for lawyers was launched the event.
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