Items tagged with 'juvenile justice'

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The following e-learning module is intended to help child protection professionals channel juvenile offenders away from judicial proceedings. This course will give an overview of the alternative...
Association of Juvenile Judges, Family Judges and Experts for Young Children, as nonprofit organization, will hold the Second International Conference on the Stop Program – Rights of  Children and...
"Children undergoing legal procedures are particularly vulnerable," said Valeri Yordanov, Deputy Chairperson of the State Agency for Child Protection in Bulgaria, at a conference on "...
Period of the consultancy: 15 November 2018 – 28 February 2019 Duration of the consultancy: 33 working days Terre des hommes (Tdh), the leading Swiss child relief non-profit organization, is active...
The Eurochild Conference 2018 took place in Opatija,Crotia, on 29-31 October. This year the conference brought positive examples of how public decision-makers at local, national and European levels...
This infographic outlines pathways in the juvenile justice system, and shows how diversion and restorative justice fit into a traditional criminal justice system.
What Is Diversion? Diversion programs are alternatives to initial or continued formal processing of offenders in the criminal justice system. Where some diversion programs apply to adults who...
What is Restorative Justice (RJ)? Restorative justice recognises that when a crime is committed, it entails more than the offender breaking a law - harm has been inflicted on victims. As the name...
Children (persons under the age of 18) are entitled to justice and accountable for injustice. This document provides a brief overview of how children can be involved in the justice system, including...
  Following the already launched process for the implementation of the new legal framework concerning the justice for children, the Albanian Ministry of Justice considers as very important addressing...

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