Hello Students!

Welcome to the #SmartJusticeGeneration resource hub.

Many who study (and teach) subjects such as Criminology, Law and Social Care have told us that our resources are a useful learning aid – so we’ve put them all in one place for you – all FREE to access!

These resources explain and demonstrate both the factual processes within the Scottish justice system and the human stories that come from it.

We’d love to hear your thoughts about these resources, or ideas for future ones. Please give us a shout on Twitter or Instagram with any feedback or suggestions.

Your voice is vital in helping to shape the future of justice in Scotland.

Thanks for joining the #SmartJusticeGeneration!

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>> Resource: Navigating Scotland’s Justice System

What is it? A navigable, digital map of the entire Scottish justice system
Relevant areas of study: Criminology, Law, Social Work

 

>> Resource: Second Chancers

What is it? 19 stories (video and podcast) from people with experience of the Scottish justice system
Relevant areas of study: Criminology, Sociology, Law, Modern Studies, Health and Social Care

 

>> Resource: Social Justice in a Brave New World

What is it? A 90 minute webinar on the future of social justice with Sir Harry Burns and Father Gregory Boyle
Relevant areas of study: Modern Studies, Sociology, Health and Social Care

 

>> Resource: Talking Justice

What is it? A blog series that brings together reflections on social justice from across society
Relevant areas of study: Law, Criminology, Psychology, Social Work, Health and Social Care

 

>> Resource: Justice, Disrupted

What is it? A podcast series hosted by BBC talent Byron Vincent on which he speaks to guests about the small (or big) changes we can make for a fairer, safer society
Relevant areas of study: Health and Social Care, Sociology, Law, Criminology

 

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