Juvenile justice systems around the world must be transformed. In order to create real and lasting change, we must engage local governments and agencies that are often underfunded, under-staffed, overworked, under-prepared, and focal points of corruption and abuse. The juvenile justice system cannot change without long-term local commitment to advocacy, capacity-building, and stakeholder engagement.
Each JJAI site has a small local team of dedicated experts engaging the justice system actors and community stakeholders. Our teams represent a long-term commitment to creating sustainable, systemic change that helps thousands of children every year.
Collecting data to create a
baseline and measure impact.
recommendations based on the system analysis.
Inter-Agency Working Groups
Planning, training and disseminating changes to practices and policies.