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Achieving sustained, positive outcomes for children in the youth justice system

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Achieving sustained, positive outcomes for children in the youth justice system

What is constructive resettlement?

Watch our short overview to learn the fundamentals of Constructive Resettlement.

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Welcome to our resource hub

This site has been created by the London Resettlement Partnership, for people working with children in the Youth System.

Use our resources to learn more about Constructive Resettlement and implement it into your practice.

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With 25 years of resettlement research, Professor Neal Hazel has led the development of Constructive Resettlement.

Watch him describe the research, the key principles and the impact it can have.

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Constructive Resettlement – a united framework for change.

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Increase your knowledge and get practical tools to put CR into practice.

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Get practical resources and activities to support your work.

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Read real stories from practitioners putting CR into practice.