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IJJO Activities

J.O.D.A. - Juvenile Offenders Detention Alternative in Europe JUST/2013/JPEN/AG/4573

febrero 2014 - febrero 2016 Justice, Juvenile

Description

The priority addressed by J.O.D.A project is Priority E – improving conditions relating to detention. In specific, it aims to identify good practice in alternative detention measures addressed to juvenile offenders inserted in the juvenile justice system taking into account these two key elements: the need of security coming from media and social society; the youth’s right to rehabilitation and re-inclusion.

The general approach of the project intends to assume the mutual learning and the close cooperation between partners at European and national level as critical success factor for the implementation of the activities. The methodology that will be used in developing different WPS will focus firstly on a desk and benchmarking analysis of the different contexts and legal frameworks in the involved Member States in relation to detention alternatives targeted to Juvenile in conflict with the law.

 

Please go to the J.O.D.A web section for further information about this project, clicking this link. 

Objetives

Overall objective:

Exchange of knowledge, know-how and good practices on detention alternatives addressed to juvenile in conflict with the law in Europe.

Specific Objectives:

to investigate detention alternatives applied in participating Member States; identify best practices related to detention alternatives targeted to juvenile offenders; promote the exchange of best practices at national and European level; promote and enhance the close cooperation among public and private; promote the horizontal and vertical mainstreaming and dissemination of identified good practices and their transferability in multiple contexts.

 

Please go to the J.O.D.A web section for further information about this project, clicking this link. 

Results

EXPECTED RESULTS: The main expected result is the promotion of know-how, knowledge and good practices on detention alternatives in Europe addressed to youth offenders. Other expected results: to enhance of cooperation among public and private stakeholders operating in the field; to enhance the use of detention alternatives in European member states to promote the horizontal and vertical dissemination and mainstreaming of good practices to strengthen national and European networks to Impact both on policies and practices through dissemination of identified good practices to enhance already existing measures to promote and develop coordination, cooperation and mutual understanding on faced topic among key actors to organize and develop and ad hoc exchange pathway dedicated to stakeholders and professionals to draft a final toolkit composed by 1. Manual of good practices; 2 online training course

DELIVERABLES: The final toolkit will be composed by: 1. Manual of good practices in English and other ps languages for European and national mainstreaming and dissemination (n. 500 copies on usb and freely dowloadable on partners' websites). 2. Online course managed by IJJO through the international school for juvenile justice platform.

 

Please go to the J.O.D.A web section for further information about this project, clicking this link. 

Partners

Istituto don Calabria (Applicant IT); IJJO (BE); Kesa-CPE (EE); Fundacion Diagrama (ES); Include Youth (GB); Defence for Children (NL)

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