Daily Court Reporter - News IBAHRI report emphasizes global need for juvenile justice systems that comply with international norms
IBAHRI report emphasizes global need for juvenile justice systems that comply with international norms
In a report published last month, the International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI) asserts that, in order to protect the rights of children alleged as, accused of or recognized as having infringed penal law, specialized juvenile justice systems must be established or improved to conform with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UN CRC). Titled The Role of the Universal Periodic Review in Advancing Children’s Rights in Juvenile Justice, the report will be launched during the World Congress on Justice for Children, being held at UNESCO House in Paris.
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Date Published: June 13, 2018