Special section: Justice for children

On this page you can find all the resources on the issue of justice for children: news, documents, multimedia and learning opportunities.

News

15 Jan 2019
The National Network for Children in Bulgaria condemned the statements of the Deputy Minister of Justice Mr. Evgeni Stoyanov during a morning talk show on the TV channel bTV. Mr. Stoyanov had insinuated that children detained by the law may be... Read more
20 Dec 2018
Up to December 20th, 900,000 people were reached in Europe with a video on alternatives to custodial measures for juveniles in Belgium. An online advertisement campaign was developed in order to reach the general public and sensitise them about the... Read more
20 Dec 2018
The ChildHub family continues to grow! In 2018 we have successfully launched the Childhub Justice portal (justice.childhub.org) – a page where you can find all the resources on the issue of justice for children: news, documents, multimedia and... Read more

Learning

12 Nov 2018
The following e-learning module is intended to help child protection professionals channel juvenile offenders away from judicial proceedings. This course will give an overview of the alternative methods and give you the tools to use them in future... Read more
07 Nov 2018
This ChildHub Academy e-learning module is intended to help child protection professionals channel juvenile offenders away from judicial proceedings. This course will give an overview of the alternative methods and give you the tools to use... Read more
19 Oct 2018
The webinar is designed for professionals working with children in conflict with the law. The webinar is organized by Program for the Development of the Judicial System Association and  Know-how centre for alternative care for... Read more
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Library

01 Nov 2018
This report presents an analysis of the juvenile justice system in Romania with a special focus on the diversion measures. The evaluation was conducted in the light of EU standards (Directives 2012/29; 2001/220; 2012/800) but also important UN... Read more
03 Oct 2018
Children (persons under the age of 18) are entitled to justice and accountable for injustice. This document provides a brief overview of how children can be involved in the justice system, including the degree of involvement. Each level requires... Read more
03 Oct 2018
What is Restorative Justice (RJ)? Restorative justice recognises that when a crime is committed, it entails more than the offender breaking a law - harm has been inflicted on victims. As the name implies, restorative justice believes that a just... Read more

Topics

05 Oct 2018 by Anamarija Vuic
Poštovani sudionici, do sada smo održali dva treninga, u Zagrebu i Osijeku, a čeka nas još Rijeka. Iz vaših povratnih informacija saznali smo da su...
14 Sep 2018 by Judit Németh-Almasi
Ez a fórum a magyar nyelvű képzésben résztvevők részére jött létre. A moderálásért a projektben résztvevő mentorok felelősek.

Multimedia

27 Nov 2018
An easy to understand description of how restorative justice serves the interests of children in conflict with the law. The video was produced as part of the EU-funded project AWAY (Alternative Ways Addressing Youth).
03 Oct 2018
This infographic outlines pathways in the juvenile justice system, and shows how diversion and restorative justice fit into a traditional criminal justice system.
04 Sep 2018
This infographic presents a path to aszlum that an unaccompanied or separated child takes.   Sources: “Asylum Applicants Considered to be Unaccompanied Minors.” (2017). Eurostat newsrelease. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/... Read more

Justice for children

[Bulgaria] The National Network for Children is protecting the rights of children detained in custody
Date of publication: 2019
The National Network for Children in Bulgaria condemned the statements of the Deputy Minister of Justice Mr. Evgeni Stoyanov during a morning talk show on the TV channel bTV. Mr.
[European Union] 900,000 people reached with video on restorative practices in Belgium
Date of publication: 2018
Up to December 20th, 900,000 people were reached in Europe with a video on alternatives to custodial mea
[South Eastern Europe] ChildHub for Children!
Date of publication: 2018
The ChildHub family c
AWAY project in numbers
Date of publication: 2018
Over the course of the 2 years, project partners have worked hard to fulfill their committments.
[Bulgaria] Unanimous adoption of amendments to the Penal Code for Domestic Violence by Bulgarian Deputies
Date of publication: 2018
Deputies voted unanimously to adopt amendments to the Penal Code that criminalize all forms of domestic violence in Bulgaria.
Protection System and Restorative Justice in Belgium - the AWAY project. [Video]
Date of publication: 2018
Publisher: DCI Belgium
An easy to understand description of how restorative justice serves the interests of children in conflict with the law. The video was produced as part of the EU-funded project AWAY (Alternative Ways Addressing Youth).
Consultancy to conduct a needs assessment on access to justice for children and youth at risk in Greece
Date of publication: 2018
Period of the consultancy: 15 November 2018 – 28 February 2019 Duration of the consultancy: 33 working days
[Bulgaria] Children undergoing legal procedures are particularly vulnerable
Date of publication: 2018
"Children undergoing legal procedures are particularly vulnerable," said Valeri Yordanov, Deputy Chairperson of the State Agency for Child Protection in Bulgaria, at a conference on "Professionalization of Social and Educational Interventions in t
Online course: Alternative ways to address youth (in English)
Date of publication: 2018
This ChildHub Academy e-learning module is intended to help child protection professionals channel juvenile offenders away from judicial proceedings. This course will give an overview of the alternative methods and give you the to
[Croatia] Tdh presented at Eurochild Conference 2018!
Date of publication: 2018
The Eurochild Conference 2018 took place in Opatija,Crotia, on 29-31 October.

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