05 Feb 2020
In a new press release, the EU highlighted their role in international efforts to eliminate Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) via their support for a number of projects worldwide, and by including the elimination of FGM in their... Read more
27 Jan 2020
Eurochild has signed a joint letter addressed to Generation Equality Forum, a civil society-centred gathering convened by the UN Women, calling for stand-alone action on, and participation of, adolescent girls in the global conversations... Read more
[United Kingdom] Press release: ‘Accessibility Plans as Effective Tools for Inclusion in Schools, Are They Working?’ research report launch
23 Jan 2020
A recently-published report, funded by the Disability Research on Independent Living & Learning program and supervised by The Alliance for Inclusive Education, raised concerns about the failure of schools to enact... Read more
20 Feb 2020
About the webinar: The United Nations Global Study on Children Deprived of Their Liberty reported that “there are still at least 410,000 children held in detention every year in remand centres and prisons. This does not include an estimated... Read more
18 Nov 2019
Despite the fact that the Convention of the Rights of the Child affirms that, in principle, children should not be detained and deprivation of liberty should be a measure of last resort, millions of children in the world are locked away. To... Read more
31 Oct 2019
In 2016, the European Union passed a Directive establishing common minimum standards on procedural safeguards for children that are binding across the EU. This represented a considerable consolidation and reinforcement of existing international... Read more
Justice for children
UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
Date of publication: 1989
The Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) is the first legally binding international instrument enshrining the civil, cultural, economic, political and social rights of all children.
Free training for professionals working with children in justice, residential care or detention settings
Coram Children's Legal Centre (CCLC) invites professionals and practitioners who work with children in justice, residential care or detention settings to take part in a free, three-day practical skills-based training course on topics relating to c
Educational materials from the "Rethinking of Crime and Punishment" conference on the topic of restorative justice
Publisher: Възстановително правосъдие в България
The "Restorative Justice in Bulgaria" blog shared materials and resources from the conference "Rethinking of Crime and Punishment" which was held on 21st April 2018 in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Event within the campaign "I'm not a problem, I have a problem"
Within the campaign "I am not a problem, I have a problem", the Center for Social Prevention Activities (GRiG) organizes a gathering at Cafe bar 16, where all participants will have the opportunity to get to know better with campaign goals.
Child Rights and Why They Matter
This UNICEF online learning course will revamp your knowledge on children rights and the appropriate approach, while providing individuals with an opportunity to familiarize themselves with the objectives of UNICEF, where child rights are at its c
9TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE EFRJ (LEIDEN)
The EFRJ is happy to invite you to the 9th edition of its biennial international conference ‘Realising Restorative Justice: Human Rights and Personal Realities’ (Leiden, 22-24 June 2016)
PROMISE Project Series - Enabling Child-Sensitive Justice
Publisher: Council of the Baltic Sea States Secretariat
PROMISE is a project based on the commitment of several European countries to strengthen “multi-disciplinary and interagency collaboration to ensure that child victims and witnesses of violence have access to Barnahus and benefit from a child-frie
Terre des Hommes Thematic Policy on Juvenile Justice
The thematic policy summarizes Terre des hommes’ approach to juvenile justice.