Achieving Child Friendly Justice in Africa

Theme:
  • Accessing Justice
Pages: 120
Year of Publication: 2012
Country: Africa

This report was developed by ACPF and DCI as a background document to the Global Conference on Child Justice in Africa (Kampala Conference), held in Kampala, Uganda from 7-8 November 2011. The report acknowledges that children come into contact with the justice system in many ways beyond the criminal justice system, and charts the progress made and the challenges remaining with regard to justice for children in Africa. It also provides information on law reform, case law and good practices from a range of African countries. The report contributed to the development of Guidelines on Action for Children in the Justice System in Africa.

Language: English
Published by: African Child Policy Forum (ACPF)
Author: African Child Policy Forum (ACPF)
Located in: Publications
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