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European
2014 Dec 22
4th Meeting of the European Council for Juvenile Justice

The 4th Meeting of the European Council for Juvenile Justice, organized by the International Juvenile Justice Observatory, took place in Brussels on December 4th and 5th, under the title ‘Towards the Effectiveness of Juvenile Justice Policies in Europe: Lessons Learned and future challenges.” The meeting, funded by the Justice Programme of the European Union, saw the participation of... read more

Latin American
2014 Nov 19

On Tuesday, October 21, the International Juvenile Justice Observatory organized Table 2 of the Knowledge Café 2 titled “Improving Public Safety through the Improvement of Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Policies and the Administration of Juvenile Justice in Latin America,” as part of the World Bank’s Law, Justice and Development Week which runs from October 20 – 24 at the World Bank... read more

Asia-Pacific
2014 Oct 17

On September 2nd and 3rd, a meeting was held in Bangkok between representatives from eight Ministries of Justice from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), as part of the agenda of the IJJO’s Asia-Pacific Council for Juvenile Justice. The meeting, organized by the IJJO and the Department of Juvenile Observation and Protection (DJOP, a subdivision of Thailand’s Ministry of Justice... read more

European
2014 Sep 23

On the 6th of June 2014, the European Commission released a new report on children's involvement in criminal judicial proceedings. This report presents the main findings of the 28 contextual overviews produced and information collected in the phase of the “study to collect data on children’s involvement in criminal judicial proceedings in the role of suspects/offenders, victims and witnesses... read more

European
2014 Aug 14

On the 28th of May 2014, the IJJO participated in the first meeting of the project ‘Listen to the child – Justice befriends the child’ (Feb. 2014 – Feb. 2016) in Sofia, Bulgaria.

The project is coordinated by the Social Activities and Practices Institute (SAPI) of Bulgaria and aims to improve the situations of child victims or witnesses of crime involved in legal proceedings by... read more

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