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Publications and documents published by UNICEF Montenegro available for download in English and Montenegrin

Study on the obstacles education in Montenegro

Focus on Roma and Egyptian children - UNICEF Montenegro / Ipsos - 2013 



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Child poverty study 2012

The first Montenegro’s Child Poverty Study shows that most of the people living in poverty are children. 10 per cent of children and 6.1 per cent of adults live in poverty in Montenegro with the monthly expenditure below € 169.13.

  • Every tenth child lives in poverty in Montenegro
  • Child poverty is most heavily concentrated amongst children under five years of age
    • from families with three or more children
    • of single parents or from multigenerational families
    • from households whose members have not finished secondary school
    • from the north of Montenegro and from rural areas.

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Children in Montenegro - Data from the 2011 Census

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Guide on child rights

The Guide on Child Rights is a publication for children to become acquainted with their rights and the ways to exercise and protect them. It is also aimed at adults - parents, carers, teachers, doctors, social workers, judges - as a reminder of the responsability that they have for assuring that all choices made are truly in the best interest of the child.

Rights of juveniles in conflict with the law

Victim-offender mediation for juveniles in conflict with the law supports the healing process of victims by providing a safe, controlled setting for them to meet and speak with offenders. Moreover, it allows offenders to learn about the impact of their crimes on the victims and take direct responsibility for their behaviour. Finally, victim-offender mediation provides an opportunity for the victim and offender to develop a mutually acceptable plan that addresses the harm caused by the crime.

UNICEF supported the introduction of mediation into the juvenile justice system of Montenegro. As a result, 38 professionals from different occupations became mediators for juveniles in conflict with the law certified by the Ministry of Justice.

Two publications - Rights of Children in Conflict with the Law and Attendance Order Implementation Rules - were printed in autumn 2007 in order for the mediators and juveniles to become acquainted with their rights and benefits of mediation.

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