Items tagged with 'child-friendly justice'

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On January 25th Council of Europe together with the National Institute of Justice of the Republic of Moldova held a workshop on adapting the HELP online course on child-friendly justice into Moldovan...
Terre des hommes (Tdh) organized last December in Beirut a week of innovative meetings. For the first time, Lebanese religious judges of seven confessions - Sunni, Jaafari, Druze, Maronite, Greek...
Defence for Children International, along with Terre des hommes and other civil society partners and independent experts convened a meeting in London, England on December 19, 2018, in order to...
European Commission has launched call for proposals for Action Grants 2019. Two topics are particularly interesting for child protection and chid rights related actors: Call for proposals to prevent...
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...
A child friendly brochure was created among AWAY project, entitled „Juvenile Justice from A to Z”. The content correspond to the level of child and youth understanding and it is adapted to the local...
Тут Ви можете переглянути відео на тему "Дитинство на терезах Феміди: чи є правосуддя дружнім до дитини?", створене проектом "Захисник", що реалізується громадською організацією "Десяте квітня" за...
Join Aliance for Children`s rights` monthly webinar intended to make the juvenile court process more accessible to caregivers, who often struggle to understand the timelines, orders and various...
One of the best news for December in Bulgaria is that the Parliament finally adopted the new Disability Act after years of protests by mothers of disabled children. Following the adoption of the new...
European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights has produced a set of videos on the topic of child-friendly justice, including issues like child rights in general and more specifically a right to...

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