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Vendredi 13 Décembre 2019

Centre de Documentation

Russia considering juvenile justice system

The voice of Russia


The Russian public opinion is sharply divided over whether this country should adopt a separate juvenile justice system. Opponents including the Russian Church warn of a state instrument of arbitrary prosecution and unwarranted interference in the realm of family. Supporters hope to see a child-friendly institution that reduces juvenile delinquency and child homelessness and makes parents more responsible for their offspring. In the seven years before the Bolshevik revolution, the Russian Empire had separate juvenile courts. We hear about this from deputy head of the Russian Bar Association Dr Igor Redkin: "Those courts worked with the help of psychologists, physicians and teachers and could provide a good insight into the root causes of an offence by a minor. The experience is positive and should be drawn and built on.


National - Russie

Année Langue

2010 Anglais

Catégorie Type

Multimedia Documentaire


Justice, Juvénile, Systèmes




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