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IV Conferencia Internacional OIJJ - Desarrollo de sistemas de justicia juvenil integradores: Enfoques y metodologías en trastornos mentales y abuso de drogas

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Monday, November 8th 2010

  • 15:00 - 18:00     

    PRESS CONFERENCE
    Sala Polifunzionale
    Presidenza del consiglio
    Via Santa Maria in Via, n.37.

  • 14:30 - 18:00     

    Delivery of material and registration of participants.
    Hotel Nord Nuova Roma
    Via G. Amendola, n.3

Tuesday, November 9th 2010

  • 08:00

    Delivery of material and registration of participants.
    Auditorium del Massimo
    Via Massimiliano Massimo, 1

  • 09:00

    Welcome speech.

    Dr. Francisco Legaz. Chairman of the International Juvenile Justice Observatory. Belgium.
    "Inaugural Speech"

    Mr. Roberto Salvan. General Director. General Directorate of the Italian Committee for UNICEF Onlus. Italy.

    Photo

  • 10:00

    Inauguration.

    Dr. Bruno Brattoli. Head of Department for Juvenile Justice. Ministry of Justice. Italy.

  • 10:30

    Coffee break.

  • 11:00

    Plenary Session.
    Mental health and young offenders in juvenile justice system. International standards. (Languages: English, Italian, French and Spanish)

    Presenter and moderator: Mr. Cédric Foussard. Director. International Juvenile Justice Observatory. Belgium.

    Dr. Elías Carranza. Director of the United Nations Latin American Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders (ILANUD). Costa Rica.
    "Drugs, criminal youth justice and prisons in Latin America: What can we do?".

    Ms. Alison Hannah. Executive Director, Penal Reform International. United Kingdom.
    "Mental Health and young offenders: the need for a multidisciplinary and integrative approach"

    Mr. Luigi Citarella. Committee on the Rights of the Child. Switzerland.

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  • 12:00

    Framework Communications.
    Mental health resources for young offenders. (Languages: English, Italian, French and Spanish)

    Presenter and moderator: Dr. Alessandro Padovani. Director. Istituto Don Calabria. Italy.

    Prof. Dr. Thomas Grisso. University of Massachusetts Medical School. United States.
    "Guiding Principles when Developing Treatment Programs for Young Offenders with Mental Disorders"

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  • 12:30

    Debate.

  • 13:00

    Lunch.

    Parallel Session with Ms. Lizzie Sadin. Photographer. France. (13:45)
    "Minors under penalty. Photo stories of juveniles in detention in the world".

    Photo

  • 14:30

    Workshops.
    Mental disorders and drugs misuse: Analysis of the situation of minors in conflict with the law. (Topic 1)

  • Workshop 1

    DREJC Project: 'Juvenile delinquency related to drugs'. (Language: English)

    Members - Speakers:

    Presenter and moderator: Mr. Silvio Masín. Pedagogist and Victim-Offender mediator. Project manager. Istituto Don Calabria. Italy.

    Ms. Elisabetta Colla. Department of Juvenile Justice - Studies, research and international activities section. Italy.
    "DREJC Project: Juvenile Delinquency related to drugs"

    Prof. Dr. Helmut Pollaehne. University of Bremen. Germany.

    Ms. María José Villar Moreno. Fundación Diagrama Intervención Psicosocial. Spain.

    Mr. Jochen Goerdeler. Prosecution Itzehoe. Germany.
    "DREJC Drug related juvenile crime - the german perspective"

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    Members:
    Mr. Cédric Foussard. Director. International Juvenile Justice Observatory. Belgium;  Ms. Andrea Kemper. University of Bremen. Germany;  Mr. Ignacio Mayoral Narros. Director. International School for Juvenile Justice. Belgium;  Ms. Amparo Pozo Martínez and Ms. María Luisa Martínez Pastor. Fundación Diagrama Intervención Psicosocial. Spain;  Ms. Alessandra Minesso. Istituto Don Calabria. Italy.

  • Workshop 2

    Study of the situation of young offenders with mental disorders or disorders related to drugs misuse: the basics for intervention. (Language: English)

    Presenter and moderator: Dr. Raffaele Bracalenti. Psychoanalyst. President of Istituto Psiconalitico per le Ricerche Sociali - IPRS (Psychoanalytic Institute for Social Research). Italy.

    Ms. Lorraine Khan. Senior Development Worker, Youth Justice Project. Centre for Mental Health. United Kingdom.
    "Supporting the mental health and life chances of children in contact with the Youth Justice System in England: Challenges, progress and future imperatives"

    Ms. Caroline De Man and Ms. Sarah Van Praet. Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB). Belgium.
    "Drug abuse by young people. A qualitative analysis of records of the Attorney General's office".

    Ms. Kerstin Mc. Court. Senior advocacy advisor for the Global Campaign for Pretrial Justice. Open society Justice Initiative. Belgium.
    "Pretrial Justice: The Hidden Entry Point to the Criminal Justice System"

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  • Workshop 3

    The response of juvenile justice systems to offences committed by minors and young people suffering from mental disorders. (Languages: English and Spanish)

    Presenter and moderator: Dr. Rosario De Luca. President of Consiglio Nazionale dell'Ordine - Consulenti del Lavoro (National Council of Order - Job Consultants). Italy.

    Dr. Rafael Forcada Chapa. Psychiatrist of the educational and therapeutical center for youth offenders 'Pi I Margall'. Fundación Diagrama. Region of Valencia. Spain.
    "Criminal typologies and profiles of anger in children with mental disorders and substance abuse".

    Dr. José Miguel de la Rosa Cortina. Attorney attached to the Coordinating Council for Children of the State Attorney General. Spain.
    "Nature of the Measures in the Juvenile Justice System. Unpunishable Children's Therapeutic Measures"

    Dr. Federico de Montalvo Jääskeläinen. Member of the Santander Law and Minors Chair and Doctor in Constitutional Law at the University Pontificia de Comillas in Madrid. Spain.
    "New legal challenges in the medical treatment of minor offenders with psychiatric disorders".

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  • Workshop 4

    Juvenile delinquency connected to the misuse of drugs: profile of young offenders and analysis of resources employed towards their social reintegration. (Language: English)

    Presenter and moderator: Mr. Michael Platzer. Vienna Liaison Officer. Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS) UNODC. Austria.

    Ms. Elizabeth Clarke. President Juvenile Justice Initiative. United States.
    "Disproportionate Incarceration of Juvenile Drug Offenders in One State: Geographic Disparity in the "War on Juvenile Drug Offenders" in Chicago"

    Prof. Dr. John Pitts. Vauxhall Professor of Socio-Legal Studies. University of Bedfordshire. United Kingdom.
    "Violent Youth Gangs and the Drug Business in London"

    Prof. Dr. Erika Varadi-Csema. Criminologist at Criminal Sciences Institute. Vice-dean Faculty of Law. University of Miskolc. Hungary.
    "Mental disorders and drug misuse among young people, especially among juvenile prisoners".

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  • 16:00

    Coffee break.

  • 16:30

    Continuation of workshops.
    Mental disorders and drugs misuse: Analysis of the situation of minors in conflict with the law. (Topic 1)

  • Workshop 1

    Mental disorders, drugs misuse and juvenile justice: ethical aspects and good practices. Part 1. (Language: English)

    Presenter and moderator: Dr. Cira Stefanelli. Director of Istituto Centrale di Formazione del personale - ICF (Central Institute for juvenile justice staff's training). Department for Juvenile Justice-Ministry of Justice. Italy.

    Dr. Antonio Andrés Pueyo. Ph.D. in Personality and Criminal Psychology. Professor and Mrs. Carolina Moreno Rubio. Forensic Psychologist and doctoral student. Research assistent. University of Barcelona. Spain.
    "Mental Health screening in antisocial youths in Spain: a comparison between MACI and the MAISY-2"

    Ms. Stephanie Elaine Rap. Junior researcher and Prof. Dr. Ido Weijers. University of Utrecht, Willem Pompe Institute for Criminal Law & Criminology, Professor Juvenile Justice. Netherlands.
    "Social work participation in the juvenile criminal law procedure"

    Ms. Hara Galanou. Athens Juvenile Probation Service, Juvenile Probation Officer, Criminologist. Greece.
    "Ethical aspects stemming from the collaboration between the Greek Juvenile Justice System and the therapeutic agencies in cases of coercive treatment for young offenders with drug abuse and/or mental disorders"

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  • Workshop 2

    Mental disorders, drugs misuse and juvenile justice: ethical aspects and good practices. Part 2. (Languages: Italian and English)

    Presenter and moderator: Dr. Nicolò Testone. Counsellor of Ministry of Justice for the social issues and deviance. Ministry of Justice. Italy.

    Dr. Isabella Mastropasqua. Department of Juvenile Justice - Studies, research and international activities section. Italy.
    "Suicidal conducts and self-destructive behaviour in juvenile detention facilities in Italy. Results of current research and future perspectives".

    Ms. Mónica Pedroza Garcés. Accerta NGO – Expert Consultant. Colombia.
    "Juvenile delinquency in Colombia: The consumption of psychoactive substances as a risk factor"

    Prof. Alfio Maggiolini. Psychotherapist and professor of psychology of adolescence at the Faculty of Psychology at the University of Milan Bicocca. Italy.
    "A developmental approach to assessment and treatment of young offenders within the juvenile justice services".

    Prof. Silvio Ciappi. Professor of criminology and consultant of Istituto Don Calabria. Italy.
    "Juvenile offenders with mental disorders and/or drug abuse: issues concerning evaluation of the responsibility and social dangerousness".

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  • Workshop 3

    Juvenile mental health and drug misuse. The treatment and the procedures in the juvenile justice system. (Languages: English and French)

    Presenter and moderator: Ms. Sylvie Rousteau. Youth Magistrate. Chairwoman of the European Juvenile Justice Observatory (EJJO). Belgium.

    Ms. Carole Getin-Horreard. Head of Department at SHIP (Hospital Intersectorial Service for Child Psychiatry). France.
    "Difficult adolescents: Daily relationships between child psychiatry and youth justice".

    Ms. Sylvie Vella. Head of Mission Justice Prevention. Interministerial Mission for the fight against drugs and drug addiction (MILDT). France.
    "Towards a balanced approach of the prevention of drug use among minors"

    Prof. Dr. Jenneke Christiaens and Prof. Dr. Catherine Van Dijk. Department of Criminology. Free University of Brussels. Belgium.
    "Critical reflections on the use of medico-psychological expertise in Belgian Juvenile Justice procedures".

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  • Workshop 4

    Daphne Programme. 'European comparative analysis and knowledge transfer on mental-health resources for young offenders (MHYO)'. (Language: English)

    Members - Speakers:

    Presenter and moderator: Ms. Agustina Ramos Gutiérrez. International Juvenile Justice Observatory. Belgium.

    Ms. Aline Yamamoto . United Nations Latin American Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of offenders (ILANUD). Brazil.
    "Juvenile Justice System and Mental Health in Brazil: Context and Main Challenges"

    Ms. Helena Bolieiro. Centre for Judicial Studies. Portugal.
    "Young offenders and mental health - the Portuguese system".

    Ms. Irma Van der Veen. Work-Wise. Netherlands.
    "Motivational Interviewing within Dutch juvenile custodial institutions: Principles and techniques"

    Mr. Ignacio Mayoral. Director. International School for Juvenile Justice. Belgium.

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    Members:
    Ms. Monika Barciszewska. Fundacja Diagrama, Pomoc Psychospoleczna. Poland;  Ms. Sabrina Brutto. Pedagogist and Victim-Offender mediator. Project manager. Istituto Don Calabria. Italia;  Mr. Cédric Foussard. Director. International Juvenile Justice Observatory. Belgium;  Dr. Daniel Gorans. Child psychiatrist, Head of department, responsible for SHIP (Child Psychiatry Inter-sector Hospitalization Service), Nantes. France;  Mr. Brian de Lord. Pupil-Parent Partnership Ltd. United Kingdom;  Mr. David McGuire. Diagrama Foundation. United Kingdom;  Mr. Sebastien Marchand and Mr. Erwan Besnard. Association Diagrama, Intervention Psychosociale France;  Ms. Daniela dos Santos. International Juvenile Justice Observatory. Belgium;  Ms. Amparo Pozo Martínez and Ms. María Luisa Martínez Pastor. Fundación Diagrama Intervención Psicosocial. Spain;  Dr. Alessandra Lagorio. General Direction for the implementation of judicial provisions. Department of Juvenile Justice. Ministry of Justice. Italy.

  • 19:00

    International Award Ceremony
    Juvenile Justice without Borders
    and Welcome cocktail

    Rome Marriott Grand Hotel Flora
    Via Vittorio Veneto, 191
    Rome

 

Wednesday, November 10th 2010

  • 09:00

    Framework Communications.
    Juvenile justice and health systems: A necessary multidisciplinary and integrative collaboration. (Topic 2) (Languages: English, Italian, French and Spanish)

    Presenter and moderator: Ms. Sabrina Brutto. Pedagogist and Victim-Offender mediator. Project manager. Istituto Don Calabria. Italy.

    Dr. Cristina Calle. International Association of Youth and Family Judges and Magistrates (IAYFJM). Italy.
    "Acting out and antisocial behaviour: the criteria of evaluation"

    Prof. Gary O'Reilly. School of Psychology, University College Dublin. Ireland.
    "The psychological functioning of young people engaged in crime"

    Dr. Eila S. Sailas. Hospital for children and adolescents. Helsinki. HUS. Finland.
    "Adolescent crime, somatic and mental health".

    Dr. Elisabetta Rampelli. Lawyer. National coordinator and founding member of Unione Italiana Forense (Italian Forensic Union). Italy.
    "Legal sources and measures of the Italian Juvenile criminal law".

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  • 10:30

    Coffee break.

  • 11:00

    Workshops.
    Juvenile justice and health systems: A necessary multidisciplinary and integrative collaboration. (Topic 2)

  • Workshop 1

    The relationship between juvenile justice systems and health services: the need to encourage specialized resources. (Language: English)

    Presenter and moderator: Prof. Kevin Haines. Professor of Criminology and Youth Justice. Director, Centre for Criminal Justice & Criminology. Swansea University. United Kingdom.

    Dr. András Csúri. Senior Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law. Germany.
    "Govern– 'mental disorders' of the Hungarian Juvenile Justice System".

    Ms. Yvonne Adair. Assistant Director and Project Manager of the Priority Youth Offender Project.Youth Justice Agency. Ireland.
    "High Risk, substance misusing young offenders. Intensive intervention, through a multi-agency, multi-disciplinary, collaborative and restorative approach"

    Dr. Carol D. Goodheart. President of the American Psychological Association. United States.
    "An American Psychological Association Perspective on Juvenile Justice and Health Systems"

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  • Workshop 2

    Encouraging policies and regulation: interface between systems. (Language: English)

    Presenter and moderator: Prof. Dr. Frieder Dünkel. Chair of Department of Criminology. Faculty of Law and Economics. Vice chancellor Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University of Greifswald. Germany.

    "Juvenile offenders with mental disorders in Europe-legal provisions and comparative aspects (Denmark, Germany and Poland)".

    Prof. Dr. Frieder Dünkel. Chair of Department of Criminology. Faculty of Law and Economics. Vice chancellor Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University of Greifswald. Germany.

    Prof. Anette Storgaard. Professor in penal law and criminology. Vice-chairperson University of Aarhus. Denmark.
    "Juvenile Offenders Suffering from Mental Disorder"

    Ms. Joanna Grzywa. Criminologist. University of Greifswald. Germany.

    Dr. Ineke Pruin. Criminologist. University of Heidelberg. Germany.

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  • Workshop 3

    Between health and justice: what is at stake for partnerships for minors under legal protection. (Languages: English and French)

    Presenter and moderator: Ms. Christine Meyer. Technical Adviser, Directorate of inter-regional judicial protection of youth Grand East. France.

    Mr. Damien Mulliez. Deputy Director of Missions of judicial protection and education, Department of Judicial Protection of Youth, Ministry of Justice. France.

    Mr. Yves Darnaud. Director of closed educational Centre. France.
    "Closed Educational Centers and the Mental Health Experimental Measures in France"

    Dr. Michel Botbol. Psychiatrist, Department of Judicial Protection of Youth, Ministry of Justice. France.
    "The challenges of the partnership between psychiatry and juvenile justice under legal protection in France: Mission of Support PJJ / Psychiatry"

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  • Workshop 4

    Juvenile justice and health systems: A necessary multidisciplinary and integrative collaboration. (Language: English)

    Presenter and moderator: Dr. Nicoletta Faccenda. Psychologist and therapist. Centro Salute Mentale – Distretto Sanitario XX – ASL Roma E (Mental Health Center - Health District XX - ASL Rome E). Italy.

    Mr. Daniel Sansfaçon. National Center for Crime Prevention. Canada.
    "Addiction, mental disorders and juvenile delinquency: achievements and challenges of prevention in Canada".

    Ms. Lies Vandemaele. Coordinator of care routes in the Court of Justice of Ghent (East and West Flanders) and Mr. Damien Bael. Coordinator of care routes in the Court of Justice of Mons. Belgium.
    "Go-between Mental Health and Juvenile systems in Belgium: stimulating cooperation".

    Dr. Neal Hazel. Director of the Centre for Social Research (CSR-Salford), University of Salford. United Kingdom.
    "Improving mental health provision in the juvenile justice system: promising and innovative practice in England and beyond"

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  • 13:00

    Lunch.

    Parallel Session with Mr. Olivio Argenti. Documental Presentation: 'Atrapados'. (13:45)
    "Family violence and deviant behaviour of young of Lime".

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  • 14:30

    Plenary Session.
    Inter-institutional Cooperation: Health and Justice. (Languages: English, Italian, French and Spanish)

    Presenter and moderator: Ms. Wansley Walters. Director Miami-Dade Juvenile Service Department. United States.

    Mr. Donald DeVore. Secretary of the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services. United States.
    "Maryland Department of Juvenile Services: Reforms to Move Forward"

    Dr. Joe Cocozza. National Center for Mental Health and Juvenile Justice. United States.

    Prof. Cyn Yamashiro. Clinical Professor and Executive Director of the Center for Juvenile Law and Policy at Loyola Law School. Los Angeles. United States.
    "Overview of the juvenile legal system in the in the United States and the role of mental health and substance abuse counseling".

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  • 16:00

    Coffee break.

  • 16:30

    Plenary Session.
    Challenges in implementing International Standards: Mental health and juvenile offenders in the juvenile justice system. (Languages: English, Italian, French and Spanish)

    Presenter and moderator: Ms. Cristina Goñi. Director. European Juvenile Justice Observatory. Belgium.

    Dr. Douglas Durán. Criminologist. Judge. Juvenile Justice Expert. Collaborator of the Latin American Juvenile Justice Observatory (LJJO). Costa Rica.
    "Adolescent offenders with drug addiction problems facing the limitations of criminal juvenile justice in Central America".

    Ms. Paula Miraglia. Director. International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC). Canada.

    Ms. Imma Guerras Delgado. Follow up to the UN Study on Violence against Children, Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. Switzerland.
    "Protecting children from violence in the juvenile justice system".

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  • 17:15

    Conclusions.

    Mr. Cédric Foussard. Director. International Juvenile Justice Observatory. Belgium.

    Prof. Dr. Frieder Dünkel. Chair of Department of Criminology. Faculty of Law and Economics. Vice chancellor Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University of Greifswald. Germany.

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  • 17:30

    Closing Ceremony.

    Dr. Francisco Legaz. Chairman of the International Juvenile Justice Observatory. Belgium.

    Dr. Serenella Pesarin. General Director. General Direction for the implementation of judicial provisions. Department for Juvenile Justice. Ministry of Justice. Italy.

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Thursday, November 11th 2010

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