International Juvenile Justice Observatory (2017) Strengthening juvenile justice systems in the counter-terrorism context: capacity-building and peer learning among stakeholdersActors & Projects map
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- Jan 1, 2017 ~ Dec 31, 2018
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- This project was led by the Belgian organisation International Juvenile Justice Observatory and its partner organisations Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights in Austria, the Belgian Ministry of Justice, the University Zagreb (Croatia), the French Ministry of Justice, the German Ministry of Justice, the University of Miskolc (Hungary), the National Prison Administration (Lithuania), the Detention Centre for Juveniles (Romania) and the Human Rights Education (Netherlands). Within the framework of this EU (DG justice) financed project, programs and measures for deradicalisation of juveniles within the juvenile justice sector - including programs for rehabilitation and resocialisation - have been identified and analysed. The focus was on measures to support juveniles who came in conflict with the law. Therefore the aim was to give these youths and young adults new future prospects after custody in order to show them ways besides their terroristic and/or extremist past. Alongside with the social reintegration within society, the overall objective was prevention and to protect young people in custody from radicalisation through other inmates. In particular there was a focus on programs which open up alternatives to imprisonment such as divisional measures.
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