25 February 2019
Presentation submissions closes
11 March 2019
Notification of acceptance
25 March 2019
Early bird registration closes
1 April 2019
Presenter registration due
The Australasian Juvenile Justice Administrators (AJJA) in collaboration with Juvenile Justice New South Wales (JJ NSW) has partnered with the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) to deliver the 3rd Australasian Youth Justice Conference in 2019.
The theme for AYJC 2019 is Contemporary Challenges, Innovative Solutions.
Chief Executive of Oranga Tamariki, Ministry for Children
Francis (“Frankie”) V. Guzman
Juvenile Justice Attorney, National Center for Youth Law
Australasian Juvenile Justice Administrators (AJJA)
The Australian Juvenile Justice Administrators (AJJA) operates as a collective body of senior executives whose purpose is to share information of relevance for all youth justice jurisdictions, support the collection of relevant youth justice data, support and contribute to research in the area of youth justice and promote and maintain national principles, standards and guidelines for youth justice. AJJA membership comprises of a minimum of one senior executive officer from each of the Australian state and territory departments and New Zealand who is responsible for the delivery of youth justice services.
AJJA is committed to supporting an evidenced-based approach when working with young people. Each year AJJA commissions important research and information papers to help build the national evidence base for youth justice policy. AJJA works collaboratively with the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), the Productivity Commission and other research bodies in the development of this work.
For more information, including membership, visit the AJJA website www.ajja.org.au.