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Part 1 of a series of 3 videos exploring legal and related ethical issues that commonly arise when working with young people. Part 1 focuses on working with young people and your duty of care.
The video above documents a training session on youth law that took place on September 21, 2012 in Bloomington, Minnesota. View the training materials here: http://callforjustice.org/legal-referral-training-materials/ Facebook: http://ow.ly/x1r6k Twitter: https://twitter.com/Call4JusticeLLC Donate Today: http://ow.ly/z3uAt Explanatory Notice The following video documents a training session on youth law that took place on September 21, 2012 in Bloomington, Minnesota. The training was arranged by Call for Justice, LLC, a Twin Cities-based non-profit that works to connect low and moderate-income people with legal resources. Part of our work is to train United Way 2-1-1 on the various Twin Cities legal resources. Monica Bogucki and Tyshia Riddley, attorneys with the Youth Law Project of M...
Worker's rights advocates Dick Sturgeon & Deb Borg discuss the the employment rights of youth ages 14 & 15. Topics covered include child labor laws, unemployment benefits & the hours youth are allowed to work. These laws are relevant to youth in Iowa, Nebraska & South Dakota. Part 1 of a 2 part series.
Visit http://icould.com/videos/gillian-y/ for more careers info. Gillian Y is the youth work co-coordinator in East Belfast Mission. She works with children from age zero up to twenty-five "I run a children's youth club which is from primary one to primary seven that's age five to eleven. I also run a hip hop dance class". She had been involved with the church from a young age, and after doing some training courses with them and finishing her degree she went into youth work.Highlights at http://icould.com/videos/gillian-y/?length=short
http://www.mslaw.edu Boxer and MMA fighter Wifredo Santiago discusses his work with youth and his career in this excerpt from the Massachusetts School of Law's Educational Forum on boxing. Assistant Dean Diane Sullivan is the host. The Massachusetts School of Law at Andover also presents information on important current affairs to the general public in television and radio broadcasts, an intellectual journal, conferences, author appearances, blogs and books. The Massachusetts School of Law also presents information on important current affairs to the general public in television and radio broadcasts, an intellectual journal, conferences, author appearances, blogs and books. THE MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOL OF LAW IS NEW ENGLAND’S MOST AFFORDABLE AND DIVERSE LAW SCHOOL. We are dedicated to growi...
Young people brought to the U.S. as children have been waiting years for the opportunity to work and live in this country free from the fear of deportation. Now the wait is over. Public Counsel has a new legal project to assist some of the more than 1 million young people who qualify for DREAM Act-eligible young people under the "deferred action" program announced in summer 2012 by President Obama. Do you need an attorney? Do you have questions about the process? Public Counsel has one of the country's largest nonprofit immigration law practices, and we are providing low-cost representation to thousands of young people. Learn more or apply for help: http://www.publiccounsel.org/pages/?id=0062
A California state funded video made in 1994 to help educate retailers on the facts about selling tobacco to minors. Video directed and written by: James Cude. Actors: Bruce Nelson, Nora Manzanilla, Peter Saenz, Michelle McCarthy, Darin Evans, Mickey Flores, James Kuhns, Toni Gonzales, Kristin Alfandre, Tyan Harper, Jackie Hazey, Oanh Nguyen, Ben Yelin, Michelle Zellous, Kevin Weller, and Officer Roberta Rodriguez of the Monterey Park police department. Video produced by L.A. Link, in collaboration with East Valley Community Health Center clinic in West Covina, California.
This video describes the Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA) and how it is applied in real life. For more information on the YCJA please visit http://www.law-faqs.org The Centre for Public Legal Education acknowledges the Department of Justice Canada for funding this project. This video is a simplified explanation to describe the intention of the Youth Criminal Justice Act. Do not rely on it for legal advice.
ILO India initiated a digital media campaign on youth and their perspective on future of work. The topics in focus were – women in the workforce, entrepreneurship and working conditions. This is a video recording of a panel on working conditions at the event on future of work held in New Delhi on 21 January. The panelists are: Sarvesh Agarwal, (Founder, Internshala), Nipun Malhotra (Co-Founder, Nipman Foundation), Karuna Nundy (Advocate, Supreme Court). The panel was moderated by Anshul Tewari (Founder and Editor-in-chief, Youth Ki Awaaz). Find more details here: https://www.youthkiawaaz.com/2017/01/future-of-work-event-by-yka-ilo/
A summary of how confidentiaility works in the overall Community Services sector- including the youthwork industry.
Presented by Legal Aid Queensland on 23/02/2016 Legal Aid Queensland held a free webinar for community workers on ‘Understanding the youth justice system – what community workers need to know.’ The webinar covers topics like: • why we have a youth justice system • why we have different justice systems for young people and adults • common misconceptions about youth justice • tips for community workers • where to get legal help. The Youth Advocacy Centre (a Queensland-based specialist legal and welfare agency for young people aged 10 to 18) offers specialised training for anyone who works with young people. The practice based training gives participants a better understanding of the law and statutory systems (including youth justice and child protection) involving young people and also h...
Stopping the cycle of violence must include work with young people. They hold the potential to see a future free of violence realized. Alexandra House offers a variety of services to help kids start talking about healthy relationships and to offer intervention and counseling for young survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Alexandra House has four full-time staff to coordinate weekly prevention and intervention programs in six school districts in Anoka County.