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Regional Roundtable on the Arab Experience of Juvenile Justice: Assessment and Perspectives

Editor, Adam
June 4, 2015

Source: (2007) Amman Centre for Human Rights Studies, Penal Reform International.

As part of PRI’s Middle East and North Africa Office programme, a regional roundtable was held in Amman in February 2007 to assess and evaluate the state of juvenile justice in six Arab Countries (Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, Palestine, Yemen, and Jordan). The objectives of the meeting were to set a strategy for the effective implementation of the international obligations of the individual states under the International Convention on the Rights of the Child and other international standards related to juvenile justice. (publisher’s abstract)


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