We compiled recent resources and short articles that explore the intersection between the child protection and youth justice systems in Australia.
A recent report from Women's Health Victoria brought together research and promising practice to explore the health and wellbeing of young women.
We unpack the main ethical considerations that should be incorporated into research or evaluation projects involving children and young people.
Recent research suggests that more young adults engage in sexting than teenagers and those who sext regard it more positively than those who don't.
This paper presents a review of available literature on problem sexual behaviours and sexually abusive behaviours exhibited in young people.
We need to collect better data to improve our understanding of how vulnerable children in need become offenders, writes Dr Kath McFarlane.
This article examines the role of homelessness in the link between child maltreatment and youth offending.
R4Respect aims to prevent domestic violence through an innovative peer-to-peer approach involving young people—and it's showing promising results.
Young people leaving care have specific needs and are at greater risk of contact with the justice system.
This article reflects on research that revealed parents didn’t always know how adolescents were feeling, and considers implications for practice.