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2008 Tajikistan: Promoting children’s rights in the juvenile justice system in the Republic of Tajikistan: Evaluation of the Juvenile Justice Alternatives Projects



Author: Commission on Child Rights under the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan

Executive summary

Background:

The JJAP is an innovative non-residential community rehabilitation service based in the state-run district level Child and Youth Centers or in local NGO premises. Trained teams of social workers, psychologists and lawyers provide individually tailored programmes of psychosocial and practical assistance for each child and their family. Children and young people aged 10-18 years, who have committed or are at risk of committing a crime and meet the referral criteria, can be referred by the police, prosecutors, courts and commission on minors as a diversionary or alternative sentencing measure.

Purpose/Objective:

• enhance the JJAP model;
• improve the quality of service that each JJAP provides to children; and
• make recommendations to achieve country wide coverage and long term sustainability.

Methodology:

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Findings and Conclusions:

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Recommendations:

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Report information

Year:
2008

Country:
Tajikistan

Region:
CEE/CIS

Theme:
Social Policy

Partners:
Children’s Legal Centre, UK

Type:
Evaluation

Language:
English

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