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Janvier 2011 - Janvier 2013 - Union Européenne Garde, Violence

Through this innovative European Programme it is aimed to make progresses towards ending violence against children and young people in custody through the Analysis the extent of domestic and European law, policy and practice on protecting children in custody from violence comply with international law. In addition to this, the Investigation of children’s experiences and views empowers children with experience of custody to campaign for change. Raise awareness among child custodial workforce and decision makers of extent of legal compliance and children’s experiences and views. All in all, it is highly relevant to influence child custodial workforce and decision makers to make changes in order to end violence against children in custody. The IJJO role participation is focused on the promotion and guidance on international and European obligations related to violence in child custody through the conduction of a European level desk-based study and Campaign Report dissemination.

Novembre 2010 - Décembre 2012 - Union Européenne Détention, Justice, Juvénile

This investigation draws on a range of previous research and studies, without which it would not have been possible to identify indicators that are valid across Europe. In addition to this, the strong commitment of all EU institutions and Member States to promote, protect and fulfil the rights of the child in all relevant EU policies and to turn it into concrete results is a key element to reaffirm our commitment with the development of a coherent approach through the juvenile justice indicators.

Juin 2012 - Octobre 2012 Paraguay - National Droits, Genre, Juvénile

In order to promote the paradigm of comprehensive protection of minors deprived of their liberty, through this initiative, we intend to improve the services and mechanisms of Juvenile Justice in Paraguay, mainly in the field of prevention and effective application of legislation.

This project involves the creation of a multidisciplinary team which, on a rotating basis, follows a comprehensive approach with minors in the reform centers of the country, given the profound shortcomings in these institutions.
This team is responsible for providing legal, medical-psychiatric and psychosocial aid to the minors, ensuring their rights and contributing to their harmonious development and social reintegration. Furthermore, this team is also responsible for providing care and training to workers and directors of the centers, thereby reinforcing the educational intervention practices.
The centers involved in the project – two of reform and three of protection, are attached to the Ministry of Justice and Labor.
The experience gained in the project will be revealed in an Ibero-American Conference on Juvenile Justice with the participation of experts from different countries, in which also will be announced the results and conclusions of the project.

Octobre 2010 - Février 2012 Salvador - National Droits, Juvénile, Éducation

The main objective of the project “Support the Municipality of La Unión in the creation and development of public policies and care services for children and youth” is improve the living conditions and the integral development of children, adolescents and young people in risk and/or social exclusion in El Salvador.
In order to generate such conditions, the project aims to support the Municipality of La Unión (Department of La Unión) through policies and public services oriented to the attention of this target group.
Therefore is required a direct attention to children, adolescents and youth through the implementation of a series of educative, formative, entertainment/leisure events and social activities. Further, it will be created a Child Development Center (CDC) as an educational space responsible for the care of children between 0 and 6 years which will develop a program of varied activities for children and youth: Program of psychosocial skills, playful, youth support, social organization and community youth.
In addition, it will be implemented a Family Orientation Program aimed at the parents of the target group.
Alongside it will promote the institutional strengthening of the Municipality through a public policy specifically aimed at people under 25, as the basis of the Municipality actuation in relation to the target group. This policy will arise from the perspective of gender and will encourage the participation of the beneficiaries and the civil society. Finally, the professionals of the Municipality who work in the area of social care will be provided with training to improve the care of children and youth.
The Municipality will undertake to develop the above policies and to include within the municipal budget the maintenance costs of the CDC.

Décembre 2009 - Décembre 2011 - Union Européenne Contrevenants, Mental, Santé

L’Analyse comparative Européenne et de transfert de compétences sur els recours en matière de santé mentale pour les jeunes infracteurs (MHYO) est un projet innovateur et durable qui a pour but de partager la connaissance et l’expertise sur le thème de la santé mentale des jeunes infracteurs. Par conséquent, la Direction Générale de la Justice de la Commission Européenne a apporté son soutien à l’Observatoire International de la Justice Juvénile ( OIJJ) depuis fin 2009 dans le développement, le suivi et l’engagement pour le projet présent qui est d'analyser et comparer les organisations européennes qui partagent un intérêt dans la situation actuelle des enfants et des jeunes délinquants souffrant de problèmes de santé mentale en Europe.
Les États membres de l'Union européenne fon face à des problèmes similaires lorsqu'il s'agit d’institutions de santé, social ou justice. Le projet vise à apporter des mécanismes novateurs afin de mettre en œuvre un changement et une harmonisation, qui favoriseraient l'ensemble des établissements pour jeunes délinquants et les services judiciaires à travers l'UE. Il existe un besoin spécifique pour des institutions de santé mentale locales, régionales et nationales au sein du système de justice pour mineurs en termes de ressources disponibles pour la santé mentale des jeunes délinquants, ainsi que le besoin d’une coopération mutuelle entre les organismes et les agents ayant des responsabilités communes.

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