Items tagged with 'Judicial process'

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Children should always be supported by a professional support person when they are involved in judicial proceedings, such as being at court. This could be, for example, a social worker or a legal...
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...
Join Aliance for Children`s rights` monthly webinar intended to make the juvenile court process more accessible to caregivers, who often struggle to understand the timelines, orders and various...
The Alliance for Children`s rights will host a webinar intended to make the juvenile court process more accessible to caregivers, who often struggle to understand the timelines, orders and various...
Terre des hommes Romania organized on 28th of November an advocacy event with a national wide participation of specialists and experts in juvenile justice and child protection. During the event, it...
Deputies voted unanimously to adopt amendments to the Penal Code that criminalize all forms of domestic violence in Bulgaria. Despite the rejection of the Istanbul Convention, the government has...
Thanks to the hospitality of the Swedish Embassy, and the support of the PROMISE II project, Maria Gorosch, police officer in the Stockholm Barnahus, and Alda Hrönn Jóhannsdottir, Icelandic...
Around 2.5 million children participate in judicial proceedings across the European Union (EU) every year, affected by parental divorce or as victims of, or witnesses to, crime. Although their...
"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 "...
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...

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