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Friday 28th of April 2017


Improving Juvenile Justice Systems in Europe: Training for Professionals
The prevention of juvenile radicalisation
Implementing Restorative Justice with Child Victims
Strengthening Juvenile Justice Systems in the counter-terrorism context
Juvenile Justice Without Borders. International Award. Fourth edition 2016
Alternatives to Detention for Juvenile Offenders Manual
APCJJ Second Report
European Research on Restorative Juvenile Justice
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Interviewees from the Department of Child Law, in the context of the 'Improving Juvenile Justice Systems in Europe' project: Prof. Dr. Ton Liefaard (right of the picture) - Full Professor and UNICEF Chair in Children's Rights at Leiden University. Dr. Stephanie Rap (centre of the picture) - Assistant Professor. Apollonia...



The International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO) is a Belgian Foundation of Public Interest based in Brussels. Since 2002, the IJJO has worked for the rights of children and adolescents at risk of social exclusion, especially those in conflict with the law or caught in the cycles of violence and juvenile delinquency. The main objective of the Observatory is to advocate for juvenile justice that is fair and without borders.

Established in order to create a space for development, service provision and shared knowledge, the IJJO promotes and encourages the improvement of juvenile justice systems and policies, the implementation of international standards, the strengthening of professional competence in the field, and the exchange of innovative good practices Read more...

What we do

PRALT project: Second study visit tackles community based approaches to deradicalisation in The Hague
The IJJO and the Foundation 180 gathered in The Hague for the second study visit of the project ‘PRALT - The prevention of juvenile radicalisation: Promoting the use of alternatives to detention through judicial training’. The study-visit and training session in the...
New article by the IJJO chairman on children deprived of liberty in juvenile justice systems
The recent publication 'Protecting Children against Torture in Detention: Global Solutions for a Global Problem' consists of a compilation of more than 30 articles written by different experts and practitioners, aiming to expand upon the 2015 United Nations report on...
The ‘Extremely Together’ initiative launches a counter-terrorism guide for young people made by young people
‘Extremely Together’, an initiative under the Kofi Annan Foundation, the European Commission, One Young World organization and Amersi Foundation,  held a conference in Brussels on the 28th of March called ‘Youth Perspectives on Countering Violent Extremism...

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