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Tuesday, 18 June 2019
General news
Mexico

Adolescentes y jóvenes del estado podrán expresar sus ideas y propuestas en la máxima tribuna del estado, con motivo del “Parlamento Juvenil 2019” en el cual se abordarán temas como: educación, cultura, justicia, derechos humanos, atención a víctimas, seguridad pública, protección civil, salud, medio ambiente, entre otros temas.

Tuesday, 18 June 2019
General news
Mexico

Güémez, Tamaulipas.- Como parte del proyecto de Justicia Restaurativa implementado en el Centro de Reintegración Social y Familiar para Adolescentes de este municipio, fue creado el equipo de futbol americano “Broncos” de Güémez.

Tuesday, 18 June 2019
General news
Republic of the Congo

Le tribunal pour enfant, en partenariat avec le groupe de réflexion contre les violences fondées sur le genre, a sollicité aux autorités congolaises, le week-end dernier, à Pointe-Noire, la réouverture des centres de rééducation et de réinsertion des mineurs dans le pays.

Tuesday, 18 June 2019
General news
Australia

On Friday, the Department of Justice and Community Safety revealed that one-in-four youth justice workers, front-line juvenile prison staff, have left the job this financial year.

The shocking staff retention figure comes after an attack at Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre last Thursday left a worker with a fractured eye socket and cheekbone.

A worker in the youth prison system, Craig (not his real name), said he’s not surprised by the staff turnover rate.

Tuesday, 18 June 2019
General news
United States

Sarah Bryer is planning to step down from her position as executive director of the National Juvenile Justice Network when her successor is chosen. The organization, which she led since its founding in 2005, works for a fairer juvenile justice system through a network of state-based reform organizations and with the alumni of its Youth Justice Leadership Institute. Here, Bryer talks with reporter Stell Simonton about the changes she’s seen and the continued challenges.

Monday, 17 June 2019
General news
Panama

Especialistas apuestan a la reinserción de los jóvenes infractores de la ley y que sean parte de la sociedad

Los adolescentes cuando están su etapa de crecimiento y desarrollo muchas veces desconocen los peligros a los que están expuestos.

Monday, 17 June 2019
General news
Mexico

Pese a la frecuencia con que se han registrado a últimas fechas hechos violentos con intervención del crimen organizado, a la fecha en ninguno de ellos se ha encontrado la participación de jóvenes menores de edad, ya que la mayoría son utilizados para otro tipo de ilícitos como la venta de narcomenudeo.

Monday, 17 June 2019
General news
France

La garde des Sceaux a diffusé un projet d’ordonnance que Dalloz actualité publie. Parmi les ajouts principaux : une présomption d’irresponsabilité, une nouvelle procédure de droit commun et une mesure éducative judiciaire.

Monday, 17 June 2019
General news
United States

Discipline and how it is administered in schools across the U.S. continues to be a hotly debated topic. Now a University of Kentucky doctoral graduate's expansive research on the subject has been published in the Journal of School Psychology and is gaining widespread attention from teachers, administrators, and researchers.

Monday, 17 June 2019
General news
Trinidad and Tobago

The Caribbean Basin Initiative (CBSI) technical working group on crime prevention wrapped up its ninth meeting in the Dominican Republic, last week, committing to specific actions to advance its priorities related to juvenile justice reform, strengthening evidence for crime prevention, community level youth violence prevention and reduction.



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