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Sunday 15th of December 2019

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Wednesday, 20 March 2019
Juvenile Justice in the world

Violence and bullying in schools, including physical, psychological and sexual harassment, is a global issue which negatively impacts both students’ learning, and their mental and emotional health. UNESCO has recently published two reports which focus on SOGIE (Sexual Orientation and Gender Expression or Identity) based school violence and bullying, in Asia and in Europe. 

Wednesday, 20 March 2019
Juvenile Justice in the world

On 25 and 26 June 2018, the European Commission held a conference on child-friendly justice and integrated child protection systems, with a special focus on the results and outputs of the EU projects carried out in these areas. The conference had two objectives: to showcase examples of good practice to inspire others, and to take stock of what has been done since 2011/2012 with EU funds under the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (REC), in order to help inform future policy and practice. 

Monday, 04 March 2019
Juvenile Justice in the world

The European Commission network RAN (Radicalisation Awareness Network) brings together frontline or grassroots practitioners from around Europe to share experiences and knowledge, as well as providing a global platform to pool expertise in order to tackle radicalisation.

Thursday, 17 January 2019
Justicia Juvenil en el mundo

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) announced on the 15th January the release of the ‘Enhanced Juvenile Justice Guidelines’, the most recent update documenting the improvement of court practices in juvenile justice cases in the US.

Thursday, 17 January 2019
Juvenile Justice in the world

On the 16th January, in the face of the Argentinian government´s project to establish new legislation on youth justice which proposes to lower the age of criminal responsibility from 16 years to 15, Unicef published a document entitled  ‘Ideas para contribuir al debate sobre la Ley de Justicia Penal Juvenil’ (Ideas contributing to the debate about the Juvenile Justice Law).

Friday, 05 October 2018
Juvenile Justice in the world

South Sudan’s Ambassadors Kureng Garang and Agnes Oswaha formalised the country’s accession to the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the involvement of children in armed conflict (OPAC), during a ceremony that took place on the margins of the 73rd General Assembly debates at the UN headquarters in New York on September 27th. This makes South Sudan the 168th country to agree to the OPAC.

Tuesday, 14 August 2018
Juvenile Justice in the world

The UK Ministry of Justice has published a report written by Professor Rosie Meek of the University of London that highlights the positive impacts of sport, exercise and healthy living on young offenders imprisoned in the country. 

Friday, 10 August 2018
Juvenile Justice in the world

A new report from the Victorian Auditor-General’s Office has been published, entitled 'Managing Rehabilitation Services in Youth Detention', examining the implementation of juvenile justice and socio-educational standards within the detention context in the Australian state of Victoria. The document, produced following assessment from January to June 2017, sheds light on the shortcomings of the system and sets out steps to ensure fair access to education and other rehabilitation opportunities for all young offenders.

Wednesday, 27 June 2018
Juvenile Justice in the world

The NGO Panel for the Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty has developed a guidance document to inform the NGO community about the GSCDL, its origin, its implementation, the methodology of work and the role of the NGOs, and more broadly civil society and the academic world, about the role they can play in the Study, including the ways they can support and contribute to it.

Wednesday, 27 June 2018
Juvenile Justice in the world

The EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) has recently published a new set of findings on differences in legal minimum ages to help the EU and its Member States eliminate inconsistencies, protection gaps and seemingly arbitrary restrictions resulting from different age thresholds. To highlight these differences the Agency mapped the national legal age requirements in various areas across the EU.



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