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Last week we highlighted a report that listened to court-involved youth as well as their family members. Another report Justice for Girls: Are We Making Progress? by Francine T. Sherman, Visiting Clinical Professor and Director, Juvenile Rights Advocacy Project, Boston College Law School, reviews the structural gender bias of U.S. juvenile justice systems. “The structural [...]
The NationalCouncil on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD) and the National Girls Institute with the support of the Office of Juvenile and Justice Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), listened to 607 girls, parents and stakeholders. They synthesized their finding into a report, Voices From the Field: NGI Listening Sessions, that revealed valuable insight about girls and their families [...]
WORCESTER — What do middle-school girls think are the biggest stresses in their lives? Is it personal appearance? Peer pressure? Bullying? And how is that changing? It may be a relief to parents of middle-school girls that a group called the Investing in Girls Alliance is keeping an eye on just those issues and tracking [...]