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eBook An Outside Chance:: Street Children and Juvenile Justice - An International Perspective ePub

by Marie L. Wernham

  • ISBN: 0954788605
  • Category: Constitutional Law
  • Subcategory: Law
  • Author: Marie L. Wernham
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Consortium for Street Children (June 11, 2004)
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This publication aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the causes and consequences of street children’s involvement in criminal justice systems in a wide range of countries

This publication aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the causes and consequences of street children’s involvement in criminal justice systems in a wide range of countries. It builds on the experiences of a wide range of individuals and organisations internationally, drawing together both theory and practice into an innovative framework for overall reform.

An outside chance: street children and juvenile justice: an international perspective. London: Consortium for Street Children. At the margins: street children in Asia and the Pacific. Asian Development Bank (ADP): Manila. WHO (World Health Organization. Working with street children: monitoring and evaluation of a street children project: a training package on substance abuse, sexual and reproductive health, including HI. Geneva: WH. oogle Scholar.

Street Children and Juvenile Justice – an International Perspective. This publication may be reproduced, as a whole or in part, provided that acknowledgement of the source is made. For the purposes of this book, juvenile justice is understood to comprise not only the treatment of children in conflict with the law, but also the need to address the root causes of offending behaviour and implement measures to prevent such behaviour. As identified by Roy and Wong (2004), there are two major strands of work under this broad definition

Time: 30 - 40 minutes Materials: Pen and paper for each participant; Handout 15 (resilience) 4 Much of this section is adapted from An Outside Chance: Street Children and Juvenile Justice – an International Perspective, Marie Wernham, Consortium for Street Children, London, 2004, p. 2-33. 8 Adapted from Police Training on Child Rights and Child Protection: Lessons Learned and Manu al, Marie Wernham with Savina Geerinckx and Elanor Jackson, Consortium for Street Children, March 2005, Section 6, Activity 32. 9 Our lives are sometimes at the top, sometimes at the bottom, but we can still surmount problems.

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Mainstreaming child-friendly justice. Interview with Mr Cédric Foussard, Director of International Affairs, International Juvenile Justice Observatory (OIJJ) (in French)

Mainstreaming child-friendly justice. The Children’s Rights Division of the Council of Europe aims to mainstream children’s rights into all aspects of the Council of Europe’s work in the area of administration of justice and penological issues. The aim is to ensure that a special focus on children’s rights is included in all actions carried out by the various bodies of the Council of Europe. Interview with Mr Cédric Foussard, Director of International Affairs, International Juvenile Justice Observatory (OIJJ) (in French). Interview with Josiane Bigot, Judge and one of France's experts on child-friendly justice.

11 ‘An Outside Chance – Street Children and Further international child-specific instruments include: Juvenile Justice – an International Perspective’ Marie Wernham,, UN Guidelines for the Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency – Consortium for Street known as the Riyadh.

11 ‘An Outside Chance – Street Children and Further international child-specific instruments include: Juvenile Justice – an International Perspective’ Marie Wernham,, UN Guidelines for the Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency – Consortium for Street known as the Riyadh Guidelines Children, 2004, UN Standard Minimum Rules for the Administration of Juvenile Justice – known as the Beijing Rules, UN Rules for the Protection of Juveniles Deprived of their

In 2000, India raised its definition of a male juvenile to 18 from 16 under the Juvenile Justice Ac.

In 2000, India raised its definition of a male juvenile to 18 from 16 under the Juvenile Justice Act. Doing so was part of the nation’s obligations under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, which it signed in 1992.

37: clearly states "the arrest, detention and imprisonment of a child shall be used only as a measure of last resort and for the shortest period possible".

Street Children and Juvenile Justice–An International Perspective, Consortium for Street Children. Children’s Valued Capabilities. This paper draws on nomadic and episodic processes of homeless mobility, to explore street children's geographies from a wider social, spatial and temporal perspective. By examining street life in Kampala, Uganda as a continued negotiation of public/private and street/non-street locations, the fluid nature of street children's identity is illustrated.