Building relationships with detained young people - Key learning from research

In 2014 CES was commissioned to work with Oberstown Children Detention Campus. Oberstown is a national facility based in Lusk which provides safe and secure environment to young people under the age of 18 who have been sentenced by the courts. Relationships between staff and young people in Oberstown were identified as an important factor in improving their lives. A first phase of the work which CES conducted involved reviewing learning on what works for children and young people in similar settings. This is a summary of a longer report 'Lessons from the Literature: Building relationships with detained young people to improve pro-social outcomes.'

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