Report: Creating a non-violent juvenile justice system

A report highlighting the growing epidemic of violence against children in conflict with the law, and presenting a non-violent vision of juvenile justice.

As a follow-up to the 2006 UN Study on Violence against Children, The International NGO Council on Violence Against Children (INCO), has launched its latest report, "Creating a non-violent juvenile justice system." This report has been written to address the growing epidemic and global magnitude of the violence being experienced by children in juvenile justice systems. Whilst aspiring to clarify the many ways in which governments are failing to protect children in conflict with the law, the report also presents a non-violent vision of juvenile justice.

To read the report, click here. 

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