The Democracy Research Institute offers a series of trainings on international and local standards for juvenile justice.
The target group of this course are lawyers, psychologists and social workers.
The training course aims to increase the competencies of the participants in the international and local standards of juvenile justice, understand the basic principles, and get acquainted with the tools that work successfully at the international level.
The trainings will be conducted online, using the Zoom platform on October 16-18;
Training time: October 16 - 15:00 -19: 00; October 17 - 13: 00-17: 00 and October 18 - 13: 00-17: 00;
The trainings will be led by Maia Nasrashvili, Juvenile Justice Program Manager, Institute for Democracy Research;
Participation is free.
The deadline for applying is October 14, 18:00.
Issues to be discussed (each issue will be discussed in the aspect of international standards):
- The essence of juvenile justice;
- Basic Principles of Juvenile Justice
- Adult delinquency;
- Parties in juvenile justice;
- Main actors in juvenile justice;
- Interrogation/survey standards;
- Specialization in juvenile justice, European practice;
- International Principles of Restorative Justice;
- Local and international restorative justice programs;
- Peculiarities of the process in juvenile justice;
- Juvenile court hearing;
- The purpose of juvenile punishment;
- Measures for juvenile punishment;
- International Rehabilitation Facility Standards and Local Challenges;
- Recidivism prevention;
- Rehabilitation of minors;
- The essence of juvenile delinquency prevention;
- International Instruments for Assessing and Monitoring the Juvenile Justice System.
The training series is implemented with the financial support of EU/UNDP joint initiative COBERM.