Child protection topic: 'access to justice for children'

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Звіт про доступність правосуддя для дітей підготовлений в навчально-просвітницьких цілях фахівцями White&Case LLP у лютому 2014 року з поправками та коментарями експертів CRIN – Міжнародної...
We are happy to invite you to the last session of the Childhub INSPIRE webinar series! On Thursday, 9 May, an excellent speaker from Croatia will discuss how legislation is the key in preventing and...
During judicial proceedings, such as being at court, children should always be told what is going on. The information should be presented in a child-friendly and understandable way. High resolution...
In December 2018 UNICEF Montenegro became part of the sub regional initiative Equitable Access to Justice for Children in the West Balkans States of Albania and Montenegro (2019 -2020) funded by the...
The existing Judicial information system (PRIS) proved to be outdated from both technical and functional point of view and not covering current needs of judiciary. Therefore, the Government of...
The National Network for Children in Bulgaria condemned the statements of the Deputy Minister of Justice Mr. Evgeni Stoyanov during a morning talk show on the TV channel bTV. Mr. Stoyanov had...
The short animated video explains - without words - what the role of the interpreter can be. The video is targeting children aged between 6 and 18 years of age.
The video explains - without words - what the role of an interpreter is. The video was produced for children between 3 and 6 years of age.
This report is part of CRIN's access to justice for children project, looking at the status of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) in national law, the status of children involved in...
The Theory of change (TOC) illustrates why and how a desired change is likely to occur in a particular context. It seeks to fill the "missing element" between activities or interventions and how they...

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