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Young People and the Future: the relationship between the juvenile justice system and sexual abuse

By Sara H. Qafisheh posted 11-09-2015 12:17 AM


"Help young people. Help small guys. Because small guys will be big. Young people will have the seeds you bury in their minds, and when they grow up, they will change the world." - Jack Ma


Young people are the key to the success of the future, that is what the Juvenile Justice Reform is so important. Take a look at the infographic below that I created in preparation for the 2015 AAJ conference that highlights some important statistics about girls sexual abuse and the juvenile justice system.


How do you think architecture can improve juvenile detention facilities?


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Make sure you don't miss this session:

Pioneering ideas about Juvenile Justice Reform drives the need for new facilities.

Thursday 11-19-15 1:00pm-2:30pm


Mark Goldman, AIA               Karen Sicner, AIA
Judge Steven Teske              Doug Shaw, AIA
Commissioner Avery Niles