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

17 Sep 2018
This short documentary film describes the juvenile justice programme run by Tdh in Myanmar. As part of this programme, Tdh provides training to community volunteers on child rights, child-friendly legal practices, family empowerment and community... Read more
27 Aug 2018
This article describes the legal issues surrounding an Anglo Russian case in July 2018. At the root of the issue was the child's right to be heard and it's antagonism with the Convention's mandate for the requested state to... Read more
16 Aug 2018
The 2018 World Congress on Justice for Children took place in Paris on 28-30 May. The Congress brought together 120 speakers from all continents and ensured the participation of youth. As a result of this event, many partnerships were set up and the... Read more

Learning

03 Oct 2018
As of July 1st 2018 a new Criminal Procedural Law came into effect in Hungary. Based on this law what can happen to a child perpetrator at the police station? What does it mean in practice that children's rights are included in the text of the... Read more
24 May 2017
In a recent piece published by Youth Today, readers gain the opportunity to learn about the "It's About T.I.M.E (Trauma Informed Movement in Education) at the Guidance Center, which works in collaboration with the Long Beach... Read more
08 Mar 2017
In 2015-2017 Terre des hommes run a project to ensure that foreign children who are accused or suspected of crimes in EU countries have access to a fair trial. The project specifically looked at the application of key EU Directives on the rights to... Read more

Library

25 Jun 2018
Juvenile justice systems in Europe have undergone considerable change over the past 20 years, particularly those in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). These legal and structural changes concerned the implementation of alternative measures, diversion... Read more
01 Jan 2018
National Network for Children reported about the document "Child Violence in Bulgaria: Analysis and Assessment of National Legislation on Prevention, Recognition, Reporting, Response and Intervention by Institutions for Children Victims of... Read more
01 Jan 2018
Abstract. “Children, i.e. people between 0 and 18 years old, have human rights. This is undisputed and the Convention of the Rights of the Child is a sufficient indication of this fact. What remains problematic is what they can do with their... Read more

Topics

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

30 Nov 2017
Laila's talk focuses on the value of incorporating restorative justice in the school system and the ways in which it could minimize the school to prison pipeline. Read more
06 Sep 2017
Prevention of juvenile delinquency, rehabilitation and social reintegration of minors discussed in the TV show "Common Objective" from TVR Moldova with participation of Olivia Pirtac, coordinator of the Juvenile Justice Program, ... Read more
06 Sep 2017
During this 50-minute talk, hosted on September 5, 2017, by the "Coffee Break" show at Radio Chisinau, the journalist together with Ana Racu, deputy director of Tdh Moldova, Member of the Committee against Torture and Mihaela Săsăman,... Read more

Justice for children

Child victims, witnesses and perpetrators in the new Hungarian Criminal Procedural Law [ChildHub webinar in Hungarian]
Date of publication: 2018
As of July 1st 2018 a new Criminal Procedural Law came into effect in Hungary. Based on this law what can happen to a child perpetrator at the police station?
[Asia] New documentary film about juvenile justice programme in Myanmar
Date of publication: 2018
This short documentary film describes the juvenile justice programme run by Tdh in Myanmar.
Animation for children about the role of the interpreter (age group 3-6)
Date of publication: 2018
Publisher: Co-Minor-In/Quest II
The video explains - without words - what the role of an interpreter is. The video was produced for children between 3 and 6 years of age.
[United Kingdom] The importance of the child’s voice when enforcing orders under the 1996 Hague Convention
Date of publication: 2018
This article describes the legal issues surrounding an Anglo Russian case in July 2018.
[International] Final Declaration of the 2018 World Congress on Justice for Children published
Date of publication: 2018
The 2018 World Congress on Justice for Children took place in Paris on 28-30 May. The Congress brought together 120 speakers from all continents and ensured the participation of youth.
Theory of Change - Migration, Tackling Child Labour and Access to Justice Programmes
Date of publication: 2018
Publisher: Tdh Lausanne
The Theory of change (TOC) illustrates why and how a desired change is likely to occur in a particular context. It seeks to fill the "missing element" between activities or interventions and how they contribute to desired changes.
Expert in Child Participation and Children's Rights in Juvenile Justice
Date of publication: 2018
Terre des hommes is seeking the services of a consultant to develop a manual on child participation. The manual is to be used in an EU-funded project "Alternative Ways to Address Youth".
[Moldova] Terre des hommes Moldova has received an important EU award
Date of publication: 2018
Terre des hommes Moldova Foundation won the European Union Award for "Democracy and Good Governance" category.
[Ukraine] On July 10-13, 2018, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine will consider 7 bills concerning the rights of the child
Date of publication: 2018
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine will consider 7 draft laws on the child protection. 3 bills of them will be considered at the parliamentary session:
[Ukraine] Protecting the rights of children in Ukraine: an important package of laws has been adopted
Date of publication: 2018
In July 2018 the second package of laws "There are no alien children" has been accepted!

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