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"This publication was compiled with the aim of facilitating alternatives to detention and reducing the number of children in detention in Palestine. This Report covers alternatives to deprivation...
The International association of youth and family judges and magistrates (IAYFJM), Terre des hommes Foundation, and Penal Reform International (PRI) with Child Rights International Network (CRIN),...
On 13-14 December 2017, Terre des hommes Moldova Foundation organized a study visit to Iasi county, Romania, in order to learn from the good practices existent in this region in the field of re-...
On the 29th of November, the results of the project "The Right(s) court for children" were presented among more than 50 participants in Hotel Sheraton, Zagreb, Croatia.  Juvenile Judge Lana Peto...
Terre des hommes and its partners have been working with 160 young people in four countries in order to develop a mobile game that can teach children about legal proceedings and their rights in these...
  The code of Juvenile justice/Law no 37 was approved by the Albanian Parliament on the 30th of March 2017. The Juvenile Justice Code contains special provisions regarding juvenile delinquency,...
Within the framework of the project implemented by UNICEF Serbia, in partnership with the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Labor, Employment, Veterans and Social Affairs of the Republic of...
On October 19, 2017, the Ombudsman Institution from the Republic of Moldova, in partnership with Terre des hommes Moldova, organized a conference addressing the legal status of the child who has...
The European Forum on the rights of the child is an annual conference organised by the European Commission. It gathers key actors from EU Member States (as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway,...
On 11-12 October 2017, Terre des hommes took part in the Human Dimension Seminar organized in Warsaw by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), in co-operation with the...

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