Sally Kedge and Clare McCann provided an article for the NZ Youth Court publication, ‘Court In The Act’ describing how the needs of a fictional young person might be addressed within the NZ youth justice setting.
Dr Judy Clegg from The University of Sheffield recently visited TTANZ. She gave two very useful and well-attended professional development presentations in Auckland. 1) a seminar for a general audience of professionals who work with vulnerable children and young people on 9 December 2015. Click to access: TTANZ Judy Clegg presentation 9 Dec 2015 handout of slides […]
Presentations and article in the latest newsletter from the NZ Principal Youth Court Judge, Court In The Act Sally Kedge from the Talking Trouble NZ team recently presented to the NZ Youth Court Judges in Wellington and Auckland on the oral language competency issues facing many of the young people involved with the legal system. […]
Talking Trouble NZ hosted a visit from Pamela Snow from Monash University for a week at the end of October 2013. Pamela has conducted extensive research into the oral language needs of vulnerable children, including those involved with child protection and youth justice services. Over the week, Pamela participated in a range of meetings with […]