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Print this pageInterviewing Children, their Guardians, and Staff of Juvenile Detention Facilities

Date:

30/11/2011

Organisation:

Penal Reform International

Resource type:

Training Materials


Web link www.penalreform.org/publications/toolkit-interviewing-children-their-guardians-and-staff-juvenile-detention-facilities


PDF document http://www.crin.org/docs/Toolkit for Interviewing Children, Guardians, Staff of Juvenile Detention Facilities.pdf


Given the risks faced by juveniles in detention and its damaging impact on a child’s development, PRI’s work places considerable emphasis on juvenile justice reform and has done since its inception. Its activities focus on diverting children from the adult justice system, promoting alternative sanctions to imprisonment and, where imprisonment is used, improving conditions of detention. In order to do this, interviewing childrenwho are deprived of their liberty, their guardians and staff of juvenile detention centres is vital in getting a full understanding of the situation in a country. 

 

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Organisation Contact Details:

Penal Reform International
First Floor
60-62 Commercial Street
E1 6LT
London
Tel: 00 44 (0)20 7924 9575
Email: headofsecretariat@pri.org.uk
Website: http://www.penalreform.org/

Last updated 30/11/2011 07:29:22

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