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Guide to service user involvement

The Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice (CYCJ) and University of Strathclyde have produced a practical guide to service user involvement in community justice that can contribute to service innovation, help recovery and support desistance from offending.

It can also be used more generally in contexts requiring service user involvement, and aims to support professionals and service users in working together to shape the design, development and delivery of services.

The guide titled, Inclusive Justice: Co-producing Change is the result of a two-year action research project, commissioned by Community Justice Ayrshire and written by Dr Beth Weaver, Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Strathclyde, Dr Claire Lightowler, Director of CYCJ and Kristina Moodie, CYCJ’s Research Associate.

(Via IRISS).

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