Sunday 24th of February 2019

Current Affairs

Pakistan
Wednesday, April 21, 2010

In this interview, Mr Fasihuddin analyses the juvenile-justice system in Pakistan and the process of reforming and developing the country's legal context regarding minors. The phenomenon of legal minor’s homogenization on a territorial level means an improvement in minors' rights and protection in Pakistan.

Spain
Friday, March 5, 2010

Mr. Francisco Romero Blasco describes and tells in an exhaustive way about the current situation on child-parent violence in Spain. The family models, national policies and the minor’s disruptive behaviour profile are some of the essential elements highlighted in the thematic IJJO Interview.

Croatia
Friday, August 14, 2009

Mila Jelavic, Ombudsman for children in the Republic of Croatia, talks about the situation of juvenile delinquency in Croatia and emphasizes on the need to develop preventive policies which promote a decrease of delinquent acts committed by minor offenders. Mrs. Jelavic analyses the development of integrated educational strategies and policies mainly to allow protecting children in the context of the post-war.

Peru
Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Mr. Jean Schmitz delegate for the Foundation Terre des Hommes Lausanne in Peru and the Regional Technical Advisor in Juvenile Justice for Latin America and the Caribbean describes and analyses the situation of restorative juvenile justice in Latin America. Some of the main elements pointed out by Mr. Schmitz are going into the restorative juvenile justice methodology and instruments in depth and evaluate the victim’s situation in restorative juvenile justice as well as the need to protect him and repair the damage.

United Kingdom
Friday, February 20, 2009

Mr. David O’Mahony, Professor in Law at Durham University in England, presents and analyses the context of restorative justice in Europe. Mr. O’Mahony defines and describes the current situation of restorative justice in Europe, its evolution and progress as well as the long term advantages in contrast with a traditional criminal system.

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