Violence in juvenile justice systems – impact on children’s health and development. Dainius Puras Vilnius university, Lithuania. Basic principles. Child rights approach. CRC and other UN treaties Public health approach. WHO report on Violence and Health (2002)
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Violence in juvenile justice systems – impact on children’s health and development
Vilnius university, Lithuania
„If the key actors in juvenile justice, such as police officers, prosecutors, judges and probation officers, do not fully respect and protect these guarantees (guarantees for fair trial and for treatment that is consistent with the child‘s sense of dignity), howcan they expect that with such poor examples the child will respect the human rights and fundamental freedom of others?“