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United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Administration of Juvenile Justice (The Beijing Rules)


United Nations (UN)

Abstract

These broad fundamental perspectives refer to comprehensive social policy in general and aim at promoting juvenile welfare to the greatest possible extent, which will minimize the necessity of intervention by the juvenile justice system, and in turn, will reduce the harm that may be caused by any intervention. Such care measures for the young, before the onset of delinquency, are basic policy requisites designed to obviate the need for the application of the Rules.

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International

Year Language

1985 English, Spanish, French

Category Type

International Texts Rule

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