Public attitudes and beliefs preventing children in contact with law from realizing their rights

Survey on general public knowledge, attitudes and practices on the underlying societal attitudes and beliefs preventing children from realizing their rights when in contact with the justice system

Highlights

The purpose of the survey is to explore the underlying societal attitudes and beliefs among general public about justice for children, preventing children from realizing their rights when in contact with the justice system. More specifically, the survey explored aspects related to knowledge, attitudes, personal normative beliefs, factual beliefs and empirical and normative expectations i.e. extent to which social norms influence attitudes and practices towards children in contact with the law.

It is available for download in English and Macedonian language. 

An additional survey on on professional groups’ knowledge, attitudes and practices in relation to the same topic was conducted and published.

Author(s)
IDAGO
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Languages
English, Macedonian

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