Improving Juvenile Justice Systems in Europe: Training for Professionals

20 Feb 2017

 

From 20th February 2017.

2 hours/module.

Online training and interactive forum.

Knowledge evaluation and final paper.

First edition free of charge.


This course provides training to professionals working with children in conflict with the law and is specifically geared towards improving their communication with children. In this course, topics related to children’s legal rights, interviewing techniques, communication, child psychology and pedagogical skills will be touched upon in the various modules.

The course aims to provide information and to give further guidance on the implementation of the provisions of the EU Directive on procedural safeguards for children suspected or accused in criminal proceedings (2016/800/EU).

This online training course is one of the outputs of the EU funded project “Improving Juvenile Justice Systems in Europe: Training for Professionals” (JUST/2013/FRC/AG), and is based on the manual for professionals "Can anyone hear me? Improving juvenile justice systems in Europe: A manual on how to make European juvenile justice systems child-friendly".

 

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