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Wednesday 13th of November 2019

Current Affairs

Netherlands
Tuesday, July 12, 2011

The International Juvenile Justice Observatory pays tribute to Prof. Dr. Josine Junger-Tas who passed away at age of 81. She actively participated as a collaborator and as an expert reference in the field of criminology in Europe and beyond.

Spain
Monday, May 30, 2011

Dr. María Dolores Serrano Tárraga describes and tells in an exhaustive way about the current situation on child-parent violence in Spain. The family models, national policies and the minor’s disruptive behaviour profile are some of the essential elements highlighted in the thematic IJJO Interview.

El Salvador
Thursday, April 28, 2011

Mrs. Santos de Escobar states that delinquency in El Salvador has increased and that the majority of criminal acts are not committed by young people. In this way, she asserts that juvenile delinquency has its base in an exclusionary social system without opportunities in El Salvador. Finally, our collaborator explains the measures of reinsertion anticipated for young people in conflict with the law in El Salvador from a multi-sectorial perspective of the opportunities of global integration of the minor.

India
Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Mr Vijay Hansaria analyses the legal situation and legal context of young offenders in India after the recent legislative reform. In this way he sets out the monitoring mechanisms in order to strengthen the justice system of minors and the adopted measures that favor legal assistance for minors in conflict with the law in India.

Italy
Monday, January 24, 2011

Dr. Padovani analyzes what is the current situation of children and young people in Italy. Indeed, in the context of the socio-economic situation in Italy, he reports the influence of the ongoing economic crisis in order to provide enough resources for the integration of young offenders. Finally, he considers the importance of a multidisciplinary intervention approach which can create a better intervention and good praxis for children in conflict with the law.

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