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Seconde Rencontre du Conseil Asie-Pacifique de Justice Juvénile (CAPJJ)

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Seconde Rencontre CAPJJ

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Second Meeting of the APCJJ

APCJJ Professional Development Training Event –
May 5 to 7

In the Second Meeting of the Asia-Pacific Council for Juvenile Justice, training events will be organised around three main issues: Prevention and Responses to Violence against Children who are in Conflict with the Law, Diversion and Alternative Measures, and Restorative Justice for Children.

Day 1, Tuesday, May 5
Prevention and Responses to Violence against Children in Conflict with the Law

08:00
08:45
Registration
08:45
09:15
Inauguration

Mr. Charnchao Chaiyanukij, Deputy Permanent Secretary, Thailand

Mr. Veerayuth Sukcharoen, Director General, DJOP MOJ Thailand

09:15
09:45
Welcoming remarks

Dr. Francisco Legaz Cervantes, IJJO Chairman

Mr. Natee Chitsawang, Deputy Director of Thailand Institute of Justice - Thailand

Ms. Margaret Akullo, Programme Coordinator, UNODC

Ms. Grace C. Agcaoili, Regional Child Protection Specialist, UNICEF East Asia and the Pacific Regional Office

10:00
10:30
Introduction to the United Nations Model Strategies and Practical Measures on the Elimination of Violence against Children in the Field of Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice

Alexandra Martins, Crime Prevention Officer - Justice for Children, UNODC

Strategies to prevent and respond to violence against children who are in contact with the justice system

10:30
11:00
Coffee break
11:00
12:00
Strategies to Prevent and Respond to Violence Against Children who are in Contact with the Justice System

Moderator:

Cedric Foussard, Director I.A. IJJO

Presenters:

Yasmeen Shariff CRC – Malaysia

"Recommendations from the CRC to eliminate all forms of violence against children in conflict with the law"
Grace C. Agcaoili did a presentation on the OP3 on behalf of Yasmeen Shariff.

Datin Paduka Hajah Intan AWAC ASEAN – Brunei

"ACWC's role in protecting children in ASEAN"

Kazi Reazul Hoque, Chair, Child Rights Committee, National Human Rights Commission, UNDP – Bangladesh

"Responding to VAC and Diversion & Alternative Measures And Compliance of CRC & UPR recommendations: Bangladesh Scenario"

Alasdair Roy, Children & Young People Commissioner – Australia

"The Role of Independent Oversight in Preventing Violence against Young People in Detention: An Australian perspective"

12:00
13:30
Lunch
13:30
17:30
Afternoon session
Planning the Implementation of the United Nations Model Strategies and Practical Measures on the Elimination of Violence against Children in the Field of Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice in the Asia-Pacific Region
13:30
13:50
Introduction by participants

Moderators:

Geeta Sekhon and Mario Hemmerling , UNODC

13:50
14:10
Training Methodology for the Afternoon Sessions

Training Methodology for the Afternoon Sessions

Geeta Sekhon, UNODC

Cedric Foussard, Director I.A. IJJO

Kattiya Ratanadilok, DJOP MOJ Thailand

14:10
15:00
Strategies to Prevent and Respond to VAC who are in Contact with the Justice System - Panel Discussion

Moderators:

Geeta Sekhon and Alexandra Martins, UNODC

Topic expert:

Dr. Phiset Saardyen, Director of the Office of External Relations and Policy Coordination, Thailand Institute of Justice

Promoting The “Model Strategies On Violence Against Children” in Thailand

Speakers:

Ahmad Taufan Damanik, ACWC Indonesia

Sotheavy Chan, Secretary of State, Ministry of Justice, Cambodia

Monica Pagunsan, Director IV of the Planning and Management Service of Department of Justice,Philippines

15:00
15:30
Coffee break
15:30
16:30
Planning the Implementation of the Model Strategies – Challenges and Possible Solutions – Exchange with the audience

Moderators:

Geeta Sekhon and Alexandra Martins, UNODC

16:30
16:50
Empathizing with Children in Conflict with Law – Role Play

Facilitator:

Geeta Sekhon, UNODC

16:50
17:00
Conclusion of Day 1 and Information about Day 2

Margaret Akullo, UNODC

Cedric Foussard, Director I.A. IJJO

19:00 Dinner followed by the Projection of “When You Hear My Voice”

"When You Hear My Voice" is a documentary film celebrating the restorative effect of Shakespeare and literacy. It tells the story of a multinational collection of young offenders from Malta prison, on a personal journey of discovery; realising their talents, developing their self-esteem and finding new connections with each other.

Day 2, Wednesday, May 6
Diversion and Alternative Measures for Children in Conflict with the Law

09:00
09:05
Welcoming words and moderation by Alexandra Martins, UNODC
09:05
09:30
Keynote speech on Diversion and Alternative Measures

Chiam Heng Keng, Professor of Social Psychology. University of Malaysia

"Why Diversion?"

09:30
10:00
Plenary Session: International Legal Framework on Diversion and Alternative Measures

Grace C. Agcaoili, Regional Child Protection Specialist, UNICEF East Asia and the Pacific Regional Office

10:00
10:30
Alternative Mechanisms to Formal Judicial Proceedings: validated experiences on diversion and informal justice

John Walker, District Court and Youth Court Judge, New Zealand

Diversion from Court Proceedings: the New Zealand Youth Justice Experience

10:30
11:00
Coffee break
11:00
12:00
Deprivation of Children’s Liberty as a Measure of Last Resort: Presentation of evidence-based practices

Moderator:

Cedric Foussard, Director I.A. IJJO

Presenters:

Kattiya Ratanadilok, Head of Research and Development, DJOP, MOJ

"The Seamless and Tailor Made Reintegration Programs."

Siriprakai Worapreecha, Director, Chiang Mai Juvenile Training School, DJOP, MOJ

"Community Involvement in Reintegration Process."

Razwana Begum, Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) Singapore

"Intervention Strategies for Juvenile Offenders based in Singapore"

Elfina L. Sahetapy, Faculty of Law, University of Surabaya, Indonesia

"The Implementation Of Probation And Diversion Under The Juvenile Criminal Justice System Act 2015"

12:00
13:30
Lunch
13:30
17:00
Afternoon session
Implementing Diversion and Alternative Measures for Children in Conflict with the Law
13:30
15:00
Group Discussion

Moderator:

Geeta Sekhon

Facilitators:

Alexandra Martins, Crime Prevention Officer - Justice for Children, UNODC

Cedric Foussard, Director of International Affairs, IJJO

Mario Hemmerling, Justice for Children Expert, UNODC

Kattiya Ratanadilok, Head of Research and Development, DJOP, MOJ

Dr. Phiset Saardyen, Director of the Office of External Relations and Policy Coordination, Thailand Institute of Justice

15:00
15:30
Coffee break
15:30
16:30
Diversion - Alternatives and Community Based Sanctions

Moderators:

Geeta Sekhon , UNODC

Topic expert:

Chris Graveson, Juvenile Justice Advisor, New Zealand

Speakers:

Chareeya Denninnat, Deputy Director General, Juvenile and Family Court, Thailand

Surangrat Olarnsakul, Juvenile and Family Court, Thailand

Maricris Calipjo, Deputy Executive Director, Juvenile Justice and Welfare Council, Philippines

Shahida Akther Putul, Director, Swanan, Bangladesh

16:30
16:50
Challenging Attitudes and Perceptions – Exchange
16:50
17:00
Conclusion of Day 2 and Information about Day 3

Margaret Akullo, UNODC

Cedric Foussard, Director I.A. IJJO

19:00 Gala Dinner - Songkran Theme

Day 3, Thursday, May 7
Restorative Justice for Children from Theory to Practice in the Asia-Pacific Region

09:00
09:05
Welcoming words and moderation by Margaret Akullo, UNODC
09:05
09:30
Keynote speech on Restorative Justice for Children

Justice Kanade, Head of the Juvenile Justice Committee of Maharashtra, India

Restorative Justice for Children – Indian perspective

09:30
10:30
Plenary Session: International Restorative Justice for Children,: From Legal Framework to Practice

Mario Hemmerling, UNODC

International restorative Justice for Children: from Legal Framwork to Practice

Ann-Kristin Vervik, Office of the SRSG on VAC

Related Document: Promoting Restorative Justice for Children

10:30
11:00
Coffee break
11:00
12:00
Plenary Session: Restorative Justice for Children in practice

Moderator:

Cedric Foussard, Director I.A. IJJO

Presenters:

María Catalina González Moreno, Directorate of Justice and Security from the National Department of Planning of Colombia

"How to reduce the gap between the regulations and practice of restorative youth justice? The restorative spirit in public policies construction"

Chanthaly Douangvilay, Judge, The people’s Supreme Court, Lao

"The Village Mediation Unit"

Wing-Cheong Chang, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore

"Family Conferencing for Juvenile Offenders: Lessons from Singapore"

12:00
13:30
Lunch
13:30
17:00
Afternoon session
Promoting Restorative Justice for Children in Conflict with the law
13:30
14:00
Understanding Restorative Justice – ‘Victim - Offender Mediation’ – Role play

Moderator:

Geeta Sekhon

14:30
15:00
Promoting Restorative Justice for Children in Conflict with the Law – Panel Discussion

Moderators:

Geeta Sekhon, UNODC

Topic expert:

John Walker, District Court and Youth Court Judge, New Zealand

Speakers:

Fathimath Sajidha, Probation Officer, Juvenile Court, Maldives

Le Thi Hoa, Vice-Head, Criminal Law Division, Ministry of Justice, Vietnam

Khin Khin Htwe, Judge of the Juvenile Court, Myanmar

15:00
15:30
Coffee break
15:30
15:40
Documentary on Restorative Juvenile Justice
15:40
16:10
Sharing promising practices on restorative justice - Exchange with audience
16:10
16:30
"Safety Net" - Comprehending the role of different stakeholders in Juvenile Justice
16:30
16:45
Training Concluding Remarks

Alexandra Martins, Crime Prevention Officer - Justice for Children, UNODC

16:45
17:00
Introduction to the APCJJ Policy Event

Cedric Foussard, Director I.A., IJJO

Giulia Melotti, Project Assistant on International Affairs, IJJO

19:00 Dinner

Asia-Pacific Council for Juvenile Justice
Policy-oriented Meeting – May 8

The APCJJ Second Meeting will focus on evaluating the level of implementation of children’s rights standards in the region, fostering and analysing the development of restorative practice, and reinforcing trans-national cooperation to devise shared strategies and priorities to protect the rights of children in conflict with the law.

Friday, May 8
The APCJJ Meeting: Promoting Juvenile Justice Reforms at the Regional Level based on International Standards and Norms

09:00
09:10
Welcome Address

Dr. Francisco Legaz Cervantes, IJJO Chairman

Dr. Kattiya Ratanadilok, DJOP MOJ

09:10
10:30
Introduction to the APCJJ

Cedric Foussard, Director I.A., IJJO

Giulia Melotti, Project Assistant on International Affairs, IJJO

Topics to be discussed:

Outcome of the APCJJ Second Meeting and Proposal for a Position Paper on Restorative Justice: ‘Restorative Juvenile Justice in the Asia-Pacific Region’

Related Documents:

Presentation of the IJJO Continental Councils and APCJJ Subcommittees

APCJJ Roadmap of Activities

10:30
11:00
Coffee break
11:00
11:45
Promoting Youth Justice System Reform: Translating Policy Commitments into Financial Commitments

Cedric Foussard, Director I.A., IJJO

Bharti Ali, Co-director HAQ, India

11:45
12:30
Global Advocacy of the APCJJ: Improving International Mechanisms for the Defense of Children’s Rights

Justice Imman Ali, Supreme Court of Bangladesh

Debate

12:30
13:30
Lunch
13:30
15:30
Guidelines for Cross-border Treatment of Children in Conflict with the Law

Christian Ranheim, Head of Office, Raoul Wallenberg Institute, Indonesia

"The current status of juvenile justice in the ASEAN region and cross-border dilemmas"

Apichart Jarusiri, Inspector from DJOP, MOJ, Thailand

Roundtable Consultation

15:30
16:00
Closing ceremony

Dr. Francisco Legaz Cervantes, IJJO Chairman

Weerayut Sukchareon, Director General, DJOP, MOJ, Thailand

 

With the support of the Ministry of Justice of Thailand

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