Documentation

The IAYFJM present in these web pages studies, researches, book or film reviews and other publications concerning the topic of juvenile and family justice, made by:

 

  • IAYFJM
  • regional or national Associations of Juvenile and Family Judges
  • international, regional or national Public Institutions
  • international, regional or national NGO
  • Public or Private Networks
  • Universities
  • Professionals

Protecting the rights of the child in humanitarian situations

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T.A.L.E. project

The project, financed by the EC Commission, Rights, Equality and Citizenship (REC) Programme started on November 2015 and ended on October 2017. The coordinator of the project is Save the Children Italia and the partners are: Scuola Superiore dell’Avvocatura (Italy), Save the Children Romania (Romania), Defence for Children International (Belgium), Instituto de Apoio a Crianca (Portugal), Liverpool University (UK), La Merced Migraciones (Madrid). The 24-month project aimed at offering training to lawyers representing children in judicial proceedings on the international instruments to promote and protect children’s rights and the correct implementation of the CoE CFJ Guidelines principles at national level. This training contained both theoretical and practical elements from a distinctly children’s rights perspective. Through a consultation activity with children involved in legal proceedings the project wanted to ensure that lawyers’ training includes children's voices. The project also produced and disseminated online training materials, developed and tested in the training workshops. Here the link to the online training materials

The project, financed by the EC Commission, Rights, Equality and Citizenship (REC) Programme started on November 2015 and ended on October 2017.

The coordinator of the project is Save the Children Italia and the partners are: Scuola Superiore dell’Avvocatura (Italy), Save the Children Romania (Romania), Defence for Children International (Belgium), Instituto de Apoio a Crianca (Portugal), Liverpool University (UK), La Merced Migraciones (Madrid).

The 24-month project aimed at offering training to lawyers representing children in judicial proceedings on the international instruments to promote and protect children’s rights and the correct implementation of the CoE CFJ Guidelines principles at national level. This training contained both theoretical and practical elements from a distinctly children’s rights perspective. Through a consultation activity with children involved in legal proceedings the project wanted to ensure that lawyers’ training includes children's voices. The project also produced and disseminated online training materials, developed and tested in the training workshops.

Here the link to the online training materials

Guidelines on Children in Contact with the Justice System (IAYFJM)

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The case-law of the European Court of Human Rights concerning criminal juvenile justice by Françoise Tulkens

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Book review: International indians and the law by Anil Malhotra and Ranjit Malhotra

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Book review: Rights, Scarcity and Justice by Gustavo Arosemena Solorzao

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Book review: Litigating the Rights of the Child by Ton Liefaard and Jaap Doek

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Book review: The effective Youth Court by Stephanie Rap and Ido Weijers

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Book review: Surrogacy in India by Anil Malhotra and Ranjit Malhotra

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Juvenile Justice Law and POCSO by Anil Malhotra

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Intolerance in surrogacy by Anil Malhotra

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Tunis Declaration

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Belfast Declaration

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Report of the Committee appointed to propose principles of Judicial Etichs for Youth and Familiy Judge and Magistrates

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