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Rights Respecting Justice for Children in Conflict with the Law: Briefing Paper from the Rights Respecting Group in the UK, Jersey and Ireland

Anthony Charles Orcid Logo, Fiona Dyer, Time Bateman, Ursula Kilkelly, Maria Galli, Holly Mclean, Nina Vaswani, Deena Haydon

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This paper provides an overview of discussions within the Rights Respecting Group from May2021 - September 2023. This group was represented by academics and campaigners workingin the field of children’s rights within the six nations of England, Ireland, Jersey, NorthernIreland, Scotland and Wales. T...

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Published: Children and Young People's Centre for Justice, Glasgow. 2024
Online Access: https://www.cycj.org.uk/resource/rights-respecting-justice-for-children-in-conflict-with-the-law/
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