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What we do

The International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO) constitutes a permanent international virtual space that serves as a point of encounter for the work and reflection of professionals, administrations and organizations involved in the field of juvenile justice. In different countries it enhances global, national and local analyses of the phenomenon, analysing the different ways in which young people come into conflict with the law, examining not only the aspects that these manifestations have in common, but also the way in which the causes of the phenomenon differ.

The organization of events, seminars, workshops, courses and the participation in international and European programmes allow the dissemination of relevant information, experience, works and materials that have been produced as a result of initiatives taken by the Observatory, or by individuals or bodies working independently of it.

IJJO Events and Programmes

October 2011

The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) has granted the International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO) the UN special consultative status during the meeting that took place in July 2011 after receiving a favorable recommendation of the NGO Committee of ECOSOC.

September 2011

The International Juvenile Justice Observatory has taken part in the 5th Milestones of a Global Campaign for Violence Prevention Meeting, held in South Africa, on the 6-7 September 2011. The Meeting was held at the International Convention Centre in Cape Town and was hosted by World Heath Organization, the Ministry of Health of South Africa, and the Provincial Government of the Western Cape.

August 2011

To present its advocacy work in the field of Child-friendly justice, the International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO) organized, together with its European branch, the European Juvenile Justice Observatory (EJJO), and the Istituto don Calabria, a seminar at the European Economic and Social Committee, on the 9th of June 2011.

May 2011 El Salvador
Project "Support to the Municipality of La Union in the creation and development of public policies and services for child care and youth"

In order to create favourable living conditions for children and young people living in unsafe conditions and / or social vulnerability in El Salvador, the Latin American Juvenile Justice Observatory (LJJO) is involved in the development of a project to support the Municipality of La Union in the development of services for young people and of public policy to encourage the participation of children and young people in initiatives aimed at reducing their vulnerability. The Latin American Observatory on Juvenile Justice has provided technical assistance for the development of this policy and its initiatives.

April 2011 Paraguay
Project "Comprehensive Care for Adolescents Women in conflict with the law and children deprived of their family environment"

By participating in the Project "Comprehensive Care for Adolescents Women in conflict with the law and children deprived of their family environment”, the Latin American Juvenile Justice Observatory (LJJO) aims to foster a paradigm shift in the implementation of Juvenile Justice in Paraguay. In order to promote the shift from a repressive and punitive doctrine where teens are treated as adults, towards a new one based on the respect for the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the International Standards on Juvenile Justice, ratified by the Paraguayan State. In this sense, the adolescent is to be considered a subject in its own right, a human being in development who is to be integrated back into society.

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  • Head Office: Rue Armand Campenhout, nº 72 bte 10. 1050. Brussels. Belgium

    Phone: 00 32 262 988 90. Fax: 00 32 262 988 99. oijj@oijj.org

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