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Collaboration agreement signed between the United Nations Latin American Institute (ILANUD) and the OIJJ

Wednesday 1st of September 2010
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Last July, the International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO) and the United Nations Latin American Institute (ILANUD) Section Brazil, have signed a collaboration agreement with the aim of exchanging experiences, information, and carry out joint investigations relating to young offenders in Brazil and Latin America. This agreement marks the beginning of the development and dissemination campaigns and training courses related to the issue of Juvenile Justice and the rights of minors in conflict with the law in the world.


Both institutions began their cooperation in the context of the DAPHNE Project: 'European comparative analysis and knowledge transfer on mental-health resources for young offenders (MHYO)', which aim is to share knowledge and experience in the field of young offenders with mental disorders. The theme of fundamental importance for the Fourth IJJO International Conference: 'Building integrative juvenile justice systems: Approaches and methodologies regarding mental disorders and drugs misuse' to be held in Rome on 9 and 10November, 2010.


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