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Resources/Documents published by UNICEF in 2007

Attendance order implementation rules

Published in May 2007 by UNICEF and the Government of Montenegro (Ministry of Justice)
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Pravilnik o primjeni vaspitnih naloga

UNICEF & Vlada Republike Crne Gore (Ministrastvo Pravde)
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The rights of children in conflict with the law

Published by the Ministry of Justice of Montenegro / Juvenile Justice Reform Commission & UNICEF

This document is the result of the work and dedication of a group of people who, gathered around an idea, have made a significant contribution to the process of the reform of juvenile justice and promotion of the rights of children in conflict with law in Montenegro.The document sets out international standards for the protection of childrenin conflict with the law, Montenegrin legislation that stipulates this subject matter and modern trends, and an overview of the results and achievements in Montenegro.
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Prava djece u sukobu sa zakonom

Izdavač Ministarstvo pravde Crne Gore - Komisija za primjenu alternativnih mjera i sankcija & UNICEF
Ovaj dokument je rezultat rada i posvećenosti grupe ljudi koji su, okupljeni oko iste ideje, dali značajan doprinos procesu reforme maloljetničkog pravosuđa i unapređenja prava djece u sukobu sa zakonom u Crnoj Gori. U dokumentu su obrađeni međunarodni standardi zaštite prava djece u sukobu sa zakonom, crnogorski propisi koji obrađuju ovu tematiku, savremene tendencije, kao i rezultati i dostignuća u proteklom periodu u Crnoj Gori.
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The State of the World’s Children Report 2007

The report examines the discrimination and disempowerment women face throughout their lives – and outlines what must be done to eliminate gender discrimination and empower women and girls. It looks at the status of women today, discusses how gender equality will move all the Millennium Development Goals forward, and shows how investment in women’s rights will ultimately produce a double dividend: advancing the rights of both women and children.
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