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Print this pageCHILD-FRIENDLY JUSTICE: National and international efforts for child-friendly justice reform

Date:

12/07/2011

Organisation:

UN Secretary General

Resource type:

UN report

Summary:

The present report is submitted pursuant to Economic and Social Council resolution 2009/26, entitled “Supporting national and international efforts for child justice reform, in particular through improved coordination in technical assistance”.


Web link www.juvenilejusticepanel.org/resources/?act=res&cat=&nod=_root_&id=1UNSGChildJusticeReform09_EN&start=1


PDF document http://www.crin.org/docs/UNSGChildJusticeReform11_EN-1.pdf


It contains information provided by Member States, the secretariat of the Interagency Panel on Juvenile Justice and the members of the Panel. The report describes trends towards legal and policy reform, the establishment of data collection and information management systems, the strengthening of institutional capacity, and child-sensitive procedures and institutions, while underscoring that much progress remains to be made. The report also describes encouraging progress in the coordination and joint provision of technical assistance to Member States by the United Nations system and non-governmental organizations.

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Last updated 12/07/2011 10:38:18

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