Juvenile Justice - News
Juvenile Justice - News
CRCA / ECPAT Albania: Immediate and independent investigation of violence and brutal treatment of a minor by four State Police employees
Tirana, 16 May 2020 - CRCA / ECPAT Albania through this urgent statement, expresses its deep indignation at the violence and brutal treatment of a child by four police officers in Tirana.
CRCA / ECPAT Albania was informed by media on the video of a young adolescent boy who was being tortured by several police officers. From the observation we made of the material that...
Albania to have a National Centre for Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Juveniles in Conflict with the Law
Tirana, 30 March 2020- Over the years Albania has had many advances in children's and youth rights. However, despite widespread efforts, corruption, political conflicts, weak public institutions, a corrupt justice system, and a lack of public investment for children and youth, it has seriously hampered efforts to protect the rights of children and young people.
CRCA / ECPAT Albania, next two years to provide dedicated alternative services for juveniles in conflict with the law!
Tirana, 24 February 2020 - Over the years Albania has tried to advance in the field of children's and youth rights. However, despite widespread efforts, corruption, political conflicts, weak public institutions, a corrupt justice system, and a lack of public investment for children and youth, it has seriously hampered efforts to protect the rights of children and young people...
Strasbourg, 13 November 2019 – CRCA/ECPAT Albania was part of the two-day Council of Europe international conference on Children’s Rights that started in Strasbourg today, in the framework of the French Presidency of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe. The conference is looking into what European states are doing to promote child rights and what are the...
Regional civil society activists urge for action and accountability at Beijing+25 review. A diverse group of 450 women’s rights activists from Europe, North America, the Caucuses and Central Asia came together at the Beijing+25 regional civil society forum, in Geneva, Switzerland, to call for urgent action on gender equality and speak out about the structural barriers that prevent women and...
A new global study on children deprived of their liberty should prompt United Nations member countries to take steps to dramatically decrease the number of children detained and confined a group of 170 non-governmental organizations said today.
Manfred Nowak, a UN independent expert, will present the UN Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty to the UN General Assembly in New York...
PRESS STATEMENT #12/2014
For immediate release
18 December 2014
Today, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) officially requested for the Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty to be carried out. In its Child Rights Resolution, the UNGA explicitly invites for the commission of “an in-depth global...