Juvenile justice

QATAR: CAT submission on inhuman sentencing of children
29/Jan/2018 Publication
In Qatar, life imprisonment remains a lawful sentence for offences committed by children. The death penalty and corporal punishment may remain lawful for child offenders under Sharia law.
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JUVENILE JUSTICE: World Congress on Justice for Children
15/Jan/2018 News
The World Congress on Justice for Children will be held from 28-30 May 2018 and will focus on global trends in three important areas.
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DEPRIVATION OF LIBERTY: Launch of new campaign site
22/Nov/2017 News
As the UN’s Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty gets underway, CRIN is stepping up its work on children who are detained.
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Georgia: Rights of Juvenile Defendants in Criminal Proceedings
9/Nov/2017 Publication
Georgia's Juvenile Justice Code entered into force in 2016. The adoption of the new Code has been repeatedly commended as...
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RIGHT TO HEALTH: CRIN's submission for OHCHR's report on the Sustainable Development Goals
16/Oct/2017 Publication
This submission was made to provide input the report of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights on the...
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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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