Papua New Guinea’s juvenile justice reform is showing results

Papua New Guinea’s juvenile justice reform is showing results
UNICEF | 2006

Michael and his friend Samson were both 16 years old when their pursuit of adolescent mischief went too far. They got caught stealing plastic pipes in the town of Kundiawa in Papua New Guinea’s remote highlands. First they were beaten up by the police, then locked up in a prison cell, where they were bullied constantly by other inmates–all of them adults.

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National
Country
Papua New Guinea
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Audio
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English
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Justice
Juvenile
Prisons
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