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State of Washington v. Gray
Thu, 14/09/2017 - 08:00 Instrument
Case on the criminalisation of children under sexual exploitation laws for taking sexually explicit pictures of themselves.
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UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: UPR submission on inhuman sentencing
3/Jul/2017 Publication
The law of the United Arab Emirates falls short of prohibiting the death penalty and corporal punishment for offences...
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TONGA: UPR submission on inhuman sentencing
3/Jul/2017 Publication
The death penalty, life imprisonment and corporal punishment remain lawful in Tonga for offences committed by children....
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BARBADOS: UPR submission on inhuman sentencing of children
3/Jul/2017 Publication
Life imprisonment and corporal punishment remain lawful sentences for offences committed by children in Barbados....
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CRAE v. Secretary of State for Justice (and others)
Wed, 11/01/2012 - 15:00 Instrument
Case concerning the obligation of the State to inform children about potential claims they may have had for unlawful restraint in juvenile detention centres in the United Kingdom.
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DEATH PENALTY: Submission for the Secretary-General's report on the death penalty 2017
30/Mar/2017 Publication
CRIN is campaigning for the abolition of inhuman sentencing of children, defined to include the death penalty, corporal...
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PAKISTAN: UPR submission on inhuman sentencing of children
28/Mar/2017 Publication
Corporal punishment, life imprisonment and the death penalty are lawful sentences for offences committed by children in...
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DEPRIVATION OF LIBERTY: New resources and statistics
1/Mar/2017 News
New resources on children deprived of their liberty, including a compilation of statistics on children detained in the criminal justice system across almost 180 countries.
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Juvenile justice: CRIN's submission to the OHCHR on discrimination in the justice system
1/Mar/2017 Publication
CRIN's submission for the OHCHR report on non-discrimination and the administration of justice.
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