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Tuesday 21st of May 2019

Current Affairs

Turkey
Monday, December 20, 2010

Dr. Füsun Sokullu-Akinci analyses and explains the situation of minor offenders in Turkey and the progresses in the field of child protection regarding the Child protection Law of 2005 from an academic perspective. On the other hand, there is the obvious need to develop an integrated legal context that includes the necessary modifications favoring an integral and positive development and evolution of minors in Turkey.

Albania
Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Mr. Femi Sufaj in this interview explains the current situation of juvenile justice in Albania, the measures of prevention, reintegration and alternative sanctions applied to juvenile offenders in the country. Mr. Sujaf presents the policies adopted by the government and the measures envisaged in the law to deal better with young offenders and reintegrate them into society.

Finland
Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Mr. Lappi-Seppala, analyses the juvenile justice system in Finland as well as the situation of minors deprived of liberty in the same country. Throughout an exhausting presentation of the reform process for the minor criminal situation in Finland, Tapio gave a clear explanation of the evolution and development of the structure and context of the minor wellbeing, together with the progresses on the institutional level in Finland.

Poland
Monday, June 21, 2010

Ms. Stando-Kawecka presents the current situation of juvenile justice, the legal frame and the measures and strategies that foster a positive insertion of the child in Poland. Barbara highlights the importance and the need to prevent juvenile delinquency in a preventive and integrating approach of the child in Poland and she examines current trends in regard to juvenile delinquency in Poland.

Greece
Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Mrs. Pitsela, associate professor of Criminology at the Department of Criminal Law and Criminology of the School of Law, analyses and presents the juvenile justice system in Greece, and its situation in relation to the consequences of the current socioeconomic crisis in this country. Regarding the reform of juvenile criminal legislation in Greece, Angelika explains some of the changes that have been brought in by this law, among others, an increase in non-custodial educational measures.

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