Children in conflict with the law

CRAE v. Secretary of State for Justice (and others)
أربعاء, 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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PAKISTAN: UPR submission on inhuman sentencing of children
28/مارس/2017 Publication
Corporal punishment, life imprisonment and the death penalty are lawful sentences for offences committed by children in...
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Juvenile justice: CRIN's submission to the OHCHR on discrimination in the justice system
1/مارس/2017 Publication
CRIN's submission for the OHCHR report on non-discrimination and the administration of justice.
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KUWAIT: Inhuman sentencing of children
14/فبراير/2017 Publication
In March 2017, Kuwait abolished the death penalty and life imprisonment for offences committed while under the age of 18.
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What does 'radicalisation' mean for children’s rights in different regions?
23/يناير/2017 Publication
Here we look at how the term 'radicalisation' is used and what it means for children in the United Kingdom, Francophone countries, the Middle East and North Africa and Eastern Europe and Central Asia.  
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UNITED STATES: Decriminalising children exploited for prostitution is not 'legalisation'
11/يناير/2017 Publication
The internet has been ablaze over the last few weeks after incendiary comments from California lawmaker Travis Allen about his state 'legalising child prostitution'. Here are a few reasons why he is so wrong.
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Decision of the Plenary Session of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation No. 1 of 1 February 2011
ثلاثاء, 01/02/2011 - 13:00 Instrument
Case concerning the review of Russian procedures and practices in criminal cases involving juvenile offenders.
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R.B. (a juvenile) v. Attorney General
خميس, 01/09/2016 - 17:00 Instrument
Case concerning the detention without bail of a juvenile offender.
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