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Primer Encuentro del Consejo Asia-Pacífico de Justicia Juvenil (CAPJJ)

Presentación | Programa - National and Regional Conference | Programa - 1st Meeting APCJJ | Conclusiones

Thursday, 14th June 2012

  • 09:30

    Opening Session

    Dr. Francisco Legaz. Chairman. International Juvenile Justice Observatory.

    Mr. Tawatchai Thaikyo. Director General. Department of Juvenile Observation and Protection (DJOP). Ministry of Justice. Thailand.

  • 10:00


    Facilitator: Dr. Kattiya Ratanadilok. Director of the Juvenile Justice System Development Project. Thailand.

    Presentation of the IJJO and its regional strategy

    Cédric Foussard. Director International Affairs. International Juvenile Justice Observatory.

    Cristina Goñi. Secretary General. International Juvenile Justice Observatory.

    Implementation of the CRC in the ASEAN

    Ms. Datuk Dr. Chiam Heng Keng. Professor of Social Psychology. University of Malaya. Malaysia.
    Implementation of CRC in ASEAN

    Hon. Ahmad Taufan Damanik. ACWC Commissioner. Indonesia.

    International Legal Framework and UNODC Services in the area of Juvenile Justice

    Inshik Sim. Criminal Justice Researcher. United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. Regional Centre for East Asia and the Pacific. Thailand.

  • 11:00

    Coffee Break

  • 11:30

    Session 1: Juvenile Delinquency tendencies and Prevention programs in the region

    Marginalization, stigmatization and social exclusion.
    Risk factors and statistics
    Diversion of pre-trial and Alternative to trial and detention
    Awareness raising and capacity building needs and efforts

    Facilitator: Catherine Phuong Human Rights Officer - Coordinator of the Rule of Law Unit Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Cambodia.

    IJJO Secretary: Sonia Zdorovtzoff.

    Mr. R. Siva Kumar. Treasurer South Asian Society of Criminology and Victimology (SASCV).
    “Juvenile Justice in India: Contemporary Developments and Challenges”

    Farah Nini Dusuki. Malaysian Association for the protection of children. Faculty of Law, University of Malaya. Malaysia.

  • 12:30


  • 13:30

    Session 2: Juvenile Justice policies and answers, from theory to practice: Towards Minimum common guidelines

    Laws, trial and sentencing
    Condition of detentions
    Risks of violence against children during detention
    Complains mechanisms

    Facilitator: Han Kyun Kim. Associate Professor. Korean Institute of Criminology KIC.

    IJJO Secretary: María Teresa Pérez Martín.

    Mr. Andrew Khoo. Chair of the Malaysian Bar Council’s Human Rights Committee.

    Dr. Elfina L. Sahetapy. SH.,LL.M., Faculty of Law University of Surabaya Raya Kalirungkut. Indonesia.
    “Restorative Juvenile Justice”

    Mr. Alasdair Roy. Children & Young People Commissioner Act Human Rights Commission. Australia.

  • 15:00

    Coffee break

  • 15:30

    Session 3: Professional and Social Inclusion, towards a common objective?

    Preparation to release
    Treatment of Mental health and drug addiction
    Multiagency and interdisciplinary approach

    Facilitator: Ketsone Philaphandet Country Program Director Friends International Lao.

    IJJO Secretary: Agustina Ramos Gutiérrez.

    Ms. Samjhana Sharma. Head of the Human Rights Promotion Division of Nepal.

    Mr. Nizam Bashir. Voice of the Children. Malaysia.

  • 17:00

    Policy Recommendations

    Facilitator: Cédric Foussard IJJO International Affairs Director.

    Mr. Shaigan Sharif Malik. Director General HR/(NCCWD). Pakistan.

    H.E. Mrs. Sotheavy Chan. Secretary of State, Ministry of Justice. Cambodia.

    Ms. Vichuta Ly. Director, Legal Support for Children and Women. Cambodia.

    Kazi Reazul Hoque. Full Time Member. National Human Rights Commission. Bangladesh.

  • 17:30

    Conclusions and recommendations


    Alice McGrath. Lawyer for children and international advisor. Capacity Building, Law Reform, Policy and Advocacy, Research, Monitoring and Evaluation. Australia.

    Closing Ceremony

    Dr. Francisco Legaz. Chairman. International Juvenile Justice Observatory.

    Mr. Tawatchai Thaikyo. Director General. Department of Juvenile Observation and Protection (DJOP). Ministry of Justice. Thailand.

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