2018

Children in pre-trial detention: Harms of Extended Pretrial Detention on Children – Fact Sheet 1 Juvenile Justice Advocates – [Country concerned: Global]

Children in pre-trial detention: Global Survey of Pretrial Detention Time Limits – Fact Sheet 2 – Juvenile Justice Advocates – [Country concerned: Global]

Children in pre-trial detention: Emerging Good Practices for Reducing Court Delays – Fact Sheet 3 – Juvenile Justice Advocates – [Country concerned: Global]

Children in pre-trial detention: Interagency task force to eliminate unnecessary delays – Fact Sheet 4 – Juvenile Justice Advocates – [Country concerned: Global]

Children in pre-trial detention: Recommended 30-day pretrial detention limit – Fact Sheet 5 – Juvenile Justice Advocates – [Country concerned: Global]

Children’s rights and justice: Minimum age requirements in the EUEuropean Union Agency for Fundamental Rights – [Country concerned: Europe]

Report of the Special Rapporteur on the right of everyone to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental healthUnited Nations Human Rights Council – [Country concerned: Global]

Spotlighting the Invisible: Justice for Children in Africa –  The African Child Policy Forum (ACPF) and Defence for Children International (DCI) – [Country concerned: Global]

There are alternatives: AfricaInternational Detention Coalition – [Country concerned: Africa]

Torture of juveniles in NepalAdvocacy Forum-Nepal – [Country concerned: Nepal]

 

2017

Adolescentes y jóvenes en conflicto con la Ley penal – Políticas sociales vs. Políticas punitivas – Mecanismo Nacional de Prevención contra la Tortura (MNP) – [Country concerned: Paraguay]

Inhuman Sentencing of children in PakistanChild Rights International Network (CRIN) – [country concerned: Pakistan]

A summary of comments received on the use and application of the Basic Principles on the Use of Restorative Justice Programmes in Criminal Matters – United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice – [country concerned: Global]

Protecting Children Against Torture in Detention: Global Solutions for a Global Problem – American University, Washington College of Law Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law – [country concerned: Global]

2016

Child Protection: Justice for Children Reform Initiative in BangladeshUNICEF Bangladesh –
[Country concerned: Bangladesh]

How Parole System Fail Youth Serving Extreme SentencesAmerican Civil Liberties Union
[Country concerned: USA]

Human Rights and Deprivation of Liberty in Kenya – International Juvenile Justice Observatory – [Country concerned: Kenya]

 

2015

Unlocking potentialChildren’s Commissioner – [Country concerned: England]

Twelve: children’s right to participation and the juvenile justice systemsDefence for Children International (DCI)–Italy – [Country concerned: Italy]

Children’s Rights Behind Bars: National Report LatviaRepublic of Latvia Ombudsman –
[Country concerned: Latvia]

Branded for LifeHuman Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: United States of America (USA)]

Children behind barsCarolyne Willow – [Country concerned: England]

Implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child: Children deprived of their liberty, the situation in FranceContrôleur général des lieuxde privation de liberté (CGLPL) – [Country concerned: France]

Abriendo puertas al encierro: Realidad de adolescentes en privación de libertad en Paraguay
Coordinadora por los Derechos de la Infanciay la Adolescencia (CDIA), Mecanismo Nacional de Prevención de la Tortura – [Country concerned: Paraguay]

Traumatic Brain Injury and Juvenile Offending: Complex Causal Links Offer – Multiple Targets to Reduce CrimeJournal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation – [Country concerned: Global]

Psychiatric Disorders in Youth After Detention (Query link: https://www.ojjdp.gov/pubs/246824.pdf) – U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention – [Country concerned: USA]

Deinstutionalisation and Family-Based Reintegration from Remand Homes in UgandaChild Fund International, Transcultural Psychosocial Organisation (TPO) Uganda, Child’s Foundation, Retrak, Advancing Partners and Communities, and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) – [Country concerned: Uganda]

Inhuman Sentencing: Life Imprisonment for Children Around the WorldChild Rights Network International (CRIN) – [Country concerned: Global]

Report of the Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishmentJuan E. Méndez – [Country concerned: Paraguay]

Punished for Being Poor: Evidence and Arguments for the Decriminalisation and Declassification of Petty Offences – Civil Society Prison Reform Initiative (CSPRI) –  [Country concerned: Mozambique, United Kingdom, France]

 

2014

Girls in the Criminal Justice SystemHer Majesty’s Inspectorate of Probation – [Country concerned: England]

Article 40: The Dynamics of Youth Justice & The Convention on The Rights of the Child in South Africa – Children’s Rights Behind Bars / “Association nationale des communautés éducatives et sociales (ANCES)” –
[Country concerned: South Africa]

Children’s Rights Behind Bars (National Report Belgium)Children Rights Behind Bars / “Défense des Enfants International (DEI) – Belgique” – [Country concerned: Belgium]

Children’s rights Behind Bars (National Report Austria)Children’s Rights Behind Bars / Ludwig Boltzmann Institut (Menschenrechte) – [Country concerned: Austria]

Children’s Rights Behind Bars (National Report – Republic of Serbia)(Children’s Rights Behind bars / Child Rights Centre) – [Country concerned: Serbia]

Children’s Rights Behind Bars (Poland National Report)Children’s Rights Behind bars / Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights – [Country concerned: Poland]

Children’s Rights Behind Bars (National Report The Netherlands)Children’s Rights Behind bars / Defence for children International – [Country concerned: The Netherlands]

Human Rights of Children deprived of Liberty: Improving Monitoring Mechanisms (National Report Ireland)Children’s Rights Behind Bars / Irish Penal Reform Trust – [Country concerned: Ireland]

Children’s rights Behind Bars (Estonian national report)Chidren’s Rights Behind Bars / University of Tartu – [Country concerned: Estonia]

Children’s Rights Behind Bars: National Report ItalyChildren’s Rights Behind Bars / Defence for Children International (DCI) – Italy – [Country concerned: Italy]

Children’s Rights Behind Bars: National Report United KingdomThe Howard League for Penal Reform – [Country concerned: United Kingdom]

Children’s rights behind bars: Monitoring and complaint mechanisms available to children in criminal confinement facilities in FranceDefence for Children International (DCI)–France – [Country concerned: France]

Palestinian Children and Military DetentionDutch multidisciplinary expert group –
[Country concerned: Palestine]

2014 Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative Progress ReportAnnie E. Casey Foundation –
[Country concerned: Global]

Report on Violence in Institutions for Juvenile OffendersCouncil of Europe (PC-CP) –
[Country concerned: The Netherlands]

Voice of the childPenal Reform International (PRI), UK Aid –
[Countries concerned: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan]

Girls in the Criminal Justice SystemCriminal Justice Joint Inspection- Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Probation – [Countries concerned: England and Wales]

The use and practice of imprisonment. Current trends and future challengesPenal Reform International (PRI) – [Country concerned: Qatar]

Children’s Rights Behind Bars (National Report of Romania)Children’s Rights Behind Bars / “Universitatea de Vest din Timisoara” – [Country concerned: Romania]

La Detention Des Mineurs a Madagascar – Juvenile Detention in Madagascar and Grandir Dignement – [Country concerned: Madagascar]

Abuso por falta de fundamentación y control de la prisión preventive – Mecanismo Nacional de Prevención de la Tortura (MNP) – [Country concerned: Paraguay]

Children Deprived of Liberty in Central and Eastern Europe: Between Legacy and ReformHungarian Helsinki Committee – [Country concerned: Hungary]

Children in Custody 2013-2014 – Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of PrisonsYouth Justice Board
[Country concerned: England]

Monitoring Report on Juvenile Justice Systems in Latin America – Red de Coaliciones Sur, Defence for Children International (DCI) – [Country concerned: Latin America]

 

2013

Alone & Afraid: Children Held in Solitary Confinement and Isolation in Juvenile Detention and Correctional FacilitiesAmerican Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) – [Country concerned: United States of America]

The Rights of Persons with Mental Disabilities in the new Mexican Criminal Justice SystemDisability Rights International (DRI) – [Country concerned: Mexico]

Children in Israeli Military DetentionUnited Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) – [Country concerned: Isreal]

Juvenile Incarceration, Human Capital and Future Crime: Evidence from Randomly-Assigned JudgesAnna Aizer and Joseph J Doyle, Jr. – [Country concerned: United States of America]

Torture and Ill-Treatment of Children in Conflict with the Law in UkraineUkrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights, United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), European Union (EU) [Country concerned: Ukraine]

Presentan Informe Especial: Las Manifestaciones de la Violencia Intracarcelaria en los Centros Penitenciarios del Programa Penal JuvenilMecanismo Nacional de Prevención de la Tortura, la Defensoría de los Habitantes – [Country concerned: Costa Rica]

Children in Prison – Excessive juvenile pretrial detention in Mexico City (English version)Juvenile Justice Advocates International (formerly International Justice Consulting, Inc.) – [Country concerned: Mexico]

A review of law and policy to prevent and remedy violence against children in police and pre-trail detention in KazakhstanPenal Reform International (PRI) – Central Asia – [Country concerned: Kazakhstan]

A review of laws and policies to prevent and remedy violence against children in police and pre-trial detention in BangladeshPenal Reform International  (PRI) / Bangladesh Legal Aid and Servcies Trust (BLAST) – [Country concerned: Bangladesh]

All Children Are Children: Challenging Abusive Punishment of JuvenilesEqual Justice Initiative –
[Country concerned: United States of America]

OPCAT Annual Report 2012Danish Parliamentary Ombudsman – [Country concerned: Denmark]

Speaking FreelyChildren’s Rights Alliance for England – [Country concerned: Europe] 

United Nations Principles and Guidelines on Access to Legal Aid in Criminal Justice SystemsUnited Nations Office on Drugs and Crime – [Country concerned: Global]

Children and their Legal Testimony – Le Défenseur des Droits – [Country concerned: Global]

The never-ending story – Indeterminate sentencing and the prison regime – The Howard League for Penal Reform – [Country concerned: United Kingdom]

 

2012

Growing Up Locked DownHuman Rights Watch (HRW) / American Civil  Liberties Union (ACLU) –
[Country concerned: United States of America]

Against All OddsHuman Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: United States of America]

Nobody made the connection: The prevalence of neurodisability in young people who offendOffice of the Children’s Commissioner – [Country concerned: England]

Repairing Shattered Lives: Brain injury and its implications for criminal justiceBarrow Cadbury Trust / Transition to Adulthood (T2A) Alliance – [Country concerned: Global]

Concept Note – Parallel Event on Human Dignity during Detention – Human Rights Council, 21st Regular Session, 10 – 28 September 2012Human Rights Council (HRC) – [Country concerned: Global]

A review of law and policy to prevent and remedy violence against children in police and pre-trial detention in Uganda Penal Reform International (PRI) and Foundation for Human Rights Initiative (FHRI) –
[Country concerned in Uganda]

A review of law and policy to prevent and remedy against children in police and pre-trial detention in TanzaniaPenal Reform International (PRI) and NOLA – [Country concerned in Tanzania]

A review of law and policy to prevent and remedy violence against children in police and pre-trial detention in RussiaPenal Reform International (PRI) – Moscow Office – [Country concerned: Russia]

A review of law and policy to prevent and remedy violence against children in police and pre-trial detention in PakistanPenal Reform International (PRI) – Dost Welfare Foundation – [Country concerned: Pakistan]

A review of law and policy to prevent and remedy violence against children in police and pre-trial detention in JordanPenal Reform International (PRI) – [Country concerned: Jordan]

A review of law and policy to prevent and remedy violence against children in police and pre-trial detention in GeorgiaPenal Reform International (PRI) – [Country concerned: Georgia]

Report on Children in Prison in South Africa – Civil Society Prison Reform Initiative (CSPRI) – [Country concerned: South Africa]

 

2011

Juvenile Justice and Human Rights in the Americas – Todos Tenemos Derechos – United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) , Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) and Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) –  [Country concerned: Global]

No place for kids: The Case for Reducing Juvenile IncarcerationThe Annie E. Casey Foundation
[Country concerned: United States of America]

Achieving Child-Friendly Justice in Africa – African Child Policy Forum (ACPF) and Defence for Children International (DCI) – [Country concerned: Africa]

Inhuman sentencing of children in Somalia – Child Rights Information Network (CRIN) – [Country concerned: Somalia]

 

2009

Children and Juvenile Justice: Proposals for ImprovementsCouncil of Europe – [Country concerned: Europe]

 

2008

“When I Die, They’ll Send Me Home”Human Rights Watch (HRW) –
[Country concerned: United States of America]

Deprivation of Liberty of Children in Light of International Human Rights Law and StandardsLiefaard, T. – [Country concerned: The Netherlands]

Violence Against Children in Conflict with the LawDefence for Children International (DCI) –
[Countries concerned: Belgium, England and Wales, France and the Netherlands]

 

2007

Paying the Price, Violations of The Rights of Children in Detention in BurundiHuman Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Burundi]

 

2006

Custody and Control, Conditions of Confinement in New York’s Juvenile Prisons for Girls –
Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: United States of America]

Still Making Their Own RulesHuman Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Papa New Guinea]

 Juvenile Justice Training ManualUnited Nations Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) and Penal Reform International (PRI) – [Country concerned: Global]

Handbook on Restorative Justice ProgrammesUnited Nations Office on Drugs and Crime – [Country concerned: Global]

 

2005

The Rest of Their LivesHuman Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: United States of America]

In the DarkHuman Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: United States of America]

Thrown AwayHuman Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: United States of America]

“Making Their Own Rules”Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Papua New Guinea]

Children’s Rights Behind Bars (National Report Spain)Children’s Rights Behind Bars and “Proyecto Solidario por la infancia [Country concerned: Thailand]

Neglected needs: Girls in the criminal justice systemInteragency Panel on Juvenile Justice / Penal Reform International (PRI) – [Country concerned: Thailand]

The Dangers of Detention: The impact of incarcerating Youth in Detention and Other Secure Facilities Justice Policy Institute[Country concerned: United States of America]

Violence Against Children in Conflict with the Law – United Nations Secretary-General’s on Violence against Children – [Country concerned: Global]

Children Deprived of Liberty: Rights and RealitiesUnited Nations Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) – [Country concerned: Global]

 

2004

“Real Dungeons”Human Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Brazil]

Children and detentionInternational Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) – [Country concerned: Global]

 

2003

The Death Penalty and Juvenile OffendersHuman Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Global]

Cruel Confinement:Human Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Brazil]

2017

Never in a child’s best interests – International Detention Coalition – [country concerned: Global]

Immigration Detention in IsraelHotline for Refugees and Migrants – [country concerned: Israel]

 

2016

“Why Are You Keeping Me Here?”Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Greece]

Closed Doors – Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Mexico]

Serious allegations of abuse, self-harm and neglect of asylum seekers in relation to the Nauru Regional Processing Centre, and any like allegations in relation to the Manus Regional Processing CentreAustralian Lawyers Alliance – [Country concerned: Australia]

Children in crisis: unaccompanied migrant children in the EUEuropean Union Committee – [country concerned: Europe]

Summary of normative standards and recommendations on ending child immigration detentionIAWG to End Child Immigration Detention – [country concerned: Global]

Recommended principles to guide actions concerning children on the move and other children affected by migration –  [country concerned: Global]

 

2015

“As Though We Are Not Human Beings”Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Macedonia]

Detained, Beaten, Deported – Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Global]

The Detention of Asylum Seekers in the Mediterannean RegionGlobal Detention Project – [Country concerned: Mediterannean Region]

Niñez y migración en Centro y Norte América: causas, políticas, prácticas y desafíosCenter for Gender and Refugee Studies / Universidad Nacional de Lanús, Argentina – [Country concerned: Global]

 

2014

Two Years With No MoonHuman Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Thailand]

Containment PlanHuman Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Bulgaria]

“Dad, have we done something wrong?” Children and parents in immigration detention”?Amnesty International / Defence for Children / Stichting INLIA / Kerk in Actie / Stichting Kinderpostzegels Nederland / Stichting LOS / UNICEF – the Netherlands and the Dutch Council for Refugees – [Country concerned: The Netherlands]

The Forgotten Children: National Inquiry into Children in Immigration DetentionAustralian Human Rights Commission – [Country concerned: Australia]

There are alternatives to child detention – – End Child Detention – [country concerned: Israel]

 

2013

Unwelcome GuestsHuman Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Iran]

Dignidad sin excepción: Alternativas a la detención migratoria en MéxicoInternational Detention Coalition – [Country concerned: Mexico]

Barely SurvivingHuman Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Indonesia]

Niñez, migraciones y derechos humanos en Argentina. Estudio a 10 años de la ley de migraciones – Universidad Nacional de Lanús/ UNICEF Argentina – [Country concerned: Argentina] 

 

2012

Captured ChildhoodInternational Detention Coalition – [Country concerned: Global]

Boat Ride to Detention Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Malta]

Informe: Los Derechos Humanos de Niños, Niñas y Adolescentes Migrantes en la Frontera México-Guatemala Ford Foundation and other NGOs – [Country concerned: Mexico and Guatemala]

Detention of Minors and Children Arriving from the Sinai DesertHotline for Refugees and Migrants – [Country concerned: Israel]

Unaccompanied Children on the Move – UNICEF – [country concerned: Global]

 

2011

Immigration Detention in SwitzerlandGlobal Detention Project – [Country concerned: Switzerland]

 

2010

Buffeted in the Borderland Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Ukraine]

Detention at the Borders of EuropeGlobal Detention Project – [Country concerned: Switzerland]

Deportation by DefaultHuman Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: United States of America]

Eternal EmergencyHuman Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Spain]

 

2009

Locked Up Far AwayHuman Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: United States of America]

Lost in Transit – Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: France]

 

2008

Left to Survive Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Greece]

 

2007

Unwelcome ResponsibilitiesHuman Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Spain]

 

2005

Living on the MarginsHuman Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: South Africa]

 

2004

A last resort? National Inquiry into Children in Immigration DetentionHuman Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission – [Country concerned: Australia]

 

2002

Nowhere To TurnHuman Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Spain and Marocco]

 

2000

Malaysia/Burma: Living in Limbo: Burmese Rohingyas in MalaysiaHuman Rights Watch (HRW)
[Country concerned: Malaysia]

2015

A shared sentenceFoundation for Human Rights Initiative (FHRI) and Penal Reform International (PRI) –
[Country concerned: Uganda]

Voice of the child – Penal Reform International (PRI) – [Countries concerned: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan]

A Childhood Behind Bars – Cambodian League for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights (LICADHO) – [Country concerned: Cambodia]

 

2014

When the innocent are punished – Danish Institute for Human Rights – [Country concerned: Global]

Children of Imprisoned Parents: European Perspectives on Good Practice – Children of Prisoners Europe (COPE) – [Country concerned: Global]

Parental Incarceration: What We Know and Where We Need to GoChildren of Prisoners Europe (COPE) – [Country Concerned: United States of America]

 

2013

Invisibles Hasta CuandoChurch World Service (CWS) – [Country concerned: Global]

A Childhood Behind BarsCambodian League for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights (LICADHO)[Country concerned: Cambodia]

Impact of the death sentence on the children of the accused and measures to mitigate itBICE/FWCC/DCI – [Country concerned: Global]

Children of Incarcerated ParentsInstitut International de la Communication de Paris (IICP)[Country concerned: Gambia]

American Bar Foundation’s Workshop at the White HouseAmerican Bar Foundation – [Country concerned: United States of America]

American Bar Foundation’s Workshop at the White HouseAmerican Bar Foundation – [Country concerned: United States of America]

 

2012

Collateral ConvictsQuaker United Nations Office (QUNO)[Country Concerned: Global]

 

2011

La situation des enfants de mères détenues au MaliBureau International Catholique de l’Enfance (BICE)[Country concerned: Mali]

“Even Dead Bodies Must Work”Human Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Uganda] 

Mothers and Babies in Prison Project: 3 Year ReportFamily Help Trust – [Country concerned: New Zealand]

Children of imprisoned parentsThe Danish Institute for Human Rights – [Country concerned: Global]

Children of Incarcerated Parents: Considerations on Infant and Young Child Feeding – International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN) – [Country concerned: Global/Canada]

 

2009

Detained and Dismissed – Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: United States of America]

Crime Prevention Assessment Tool – UNODH and UN Habitat – [Country concerned: Global]

 

2008

Enhancing Care for Childbearing Women and their Babies in PrisonHallam Centre for Community Justice/Action for Prisoners Families – [Countries concerned: United Kingdom]

Children Imprisoned by Circumstance – Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO) – [Country concerned: Global]

Children living in prison – AdvocAid/ Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO) – [Country concerned: Sierra Leone]

 

2005

Babies and Small Children Residing in PrisonQuaker United Nations Office (QUNO)[Countries concerned: Global]

 

2004

Babies behind bars revisitedArchives of Disease in Childhood – [country concerned: United Kingdom]

 

2002

Children of Imprisoned ParentsRia Wolleswinkel – [Country concerned: Global]

2018

“They Stay until They Die”Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Brazil]

 

2017

“When Will I Get to Go Home?” –  Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Armenia]

 

2016

“It is My Dream to Leave This Place”Human Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Serbia]

 

2015

Why not call this place a prison? Human Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Rwanda]

Deinstutionalisation and Family-Based Reintegration from Remand Homes in Uganda – Child Fund International, TPO Uganda, Child’s Foundation, Retrak, Advancing Partners and Communities, USAID[Country concerned: Uganda]

Report of Case Study No. 19 – The response of the State of New South Wales to child sexual abuse at Bethcar  Children’s Home in Brewarrina, New South WalesRoyal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse – [Country concerned: Australia]

Report of Case Study No. 17 – The response of the Australian Indigenous Ministries, the Australian and Northern Territory governments and the Northern Territory police force and prosecuting authorities to allegations of child sexual abuse which occured at the Retta Dixon HomeRoyal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse – [Country concerned: Australia]

Report of the Public Defender of Georgia – Children’s rights monitoring in boarding houses run by the Georgian Orthodox Church and the Muslim confession – Public Defender (Ombudsman) of Georgia, European Union, Public Defender of Georgia – [Country concerned: Georgia]

No Justice – Torture, Trafficking and Segregation in Mexico – Disability Rights International –
[Country concerned: Mexico]

Traumatic Brain Injury and Juvenile Offending: Complex Causal Links Offer Multiple Targets to Reduce Crime Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation – [Country concerned: Mexico]

Voice of the child – Ukaid / Penal Reform International (PRI) – [Countries concerned: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan]

International Collaboration for InclusionDisability Rights International – [Country concerned: Ukraine]

No Way Home – The Exploitation and Abuse of Children in Ukraine’s OrphanagesDisability Rights International – [Country concerned: Ukraine]

 

2014

Report of Case Study No.7 – Child sexual abuse at the Parramatta Training School for Girls and the Institution for Girls in HayRoyal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse – [Country concerned: Australia]

“Where Do You Want Us to Go?” – Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Uganda]

Without Dreams – Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Japan]

Voice of the childPRI and UK Aid – [Countries concerned: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan]

Mecanismo Nacional de Prevención Compendio de informes realizados a la fechaInstitución Nacional de Derechos Humanos y Defensoría del Pueblo (INDDHH) – [Country concerned: Uruguay]

“Treated Worse than Animals” – Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: India]

Ending the institutionalisation of children – LUMOS – [Countries concerned: Moldova, the Czech Republic and Bulgaria]

Abandoned by the State – Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Russia]

The Pathways to Desistance study – MacArthur Foundation Research Network – [Country concerned: United States of America]

 

2013

EveryChild Moldova’s Programme Experience: Improving Children’s Lives through DeinstitutionalisationEveryChild – [Country concerned: Guyana]

The Rights of Persons with Mental Disabilities in the new Mexican Criminal Justice System – Disability Rights International (DRI) – [Country concerned: Mexico]

Left BehindDisability Rights International – [Country concerned: Georgia]

“They Treat Us Like Animals” – Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Cambodia]

 

2012

“Like a Death Sentence”Human Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Ghana]

Nobody made the connection: The prevalence of neurodisability in young people who offendOffice of the Children’s Commissioner – [Country concerned: England]

Repairing Shattered Lives: Brain injury and its implications for criminal justiceBarrow Cadbury Trust and Transition to Adulthood (T2A) Alliance – [Country concerned: England]

 

2011

Somsanga’s SecretsHuman Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Laos]

The Rehab Archipelago Human Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Vietnam]

 

2010

“Once You Enter, You Never Leave”Human Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Croatia]

Torture Not Treatment: Electric shock and Long-Term Restraint in the US on Children and Adults with Disabilities at the Judge Rotenberg CenterMental Disability Rights International (MDRI) –
[Country concerned: United States of America]

“Skin on the Cable” – Human Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Cambodia]

 

2009

The Rights of Children with Disabilities in Viet NamMental Disability Rights International (MDRI) – [Country concerned: Vietnam]

 

2008

Adults Before Their TimeHuman Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Saudi Arabia]

 

2007

Torment not Treatment: Serbia’s Segregation and Abuse of Children and Adults with DisabilitiesMental Disability Rights International (MDRI) – [Country concerned: Serbia]

Ruined Lives – Segregation from Society in Argentina’s Psychiatric AsylumsMental Disability Rights International (MDRI) – [Country concerned: Australia]

Hidden Suffering: Romania’s Segregation and Abuse of Infants and Children with DisabilitiesMental Disability Rights International (MDRI) – [Country concerned: Romania]

 

2006

“Children of the Dust” Human Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Vietnam]

Swept AwayHuman Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Rwanda]

Libya: A Threat to Society? Human Rights Watch (HRW) [Country concerned: Libya]

 

2005

Behind Closed Doors: Human Rights Abuses in the Psychiatric Facilities, Orphanages and Rehabilitation Centers of TurkeyMental Disability Rights International (MDRI) – [Country concerned: Turkey]

Abandoned & Disappeared: Mexico’s Segregation and Abuse of Children and Adults with Disabilities – Disability Rights International (DRI) and Comisión Méxicana de Defensa y Promoción de los Derechos Humanos – [Country concerned: Mexico]

Positively AbandonedHuman Rights Watch (HRW) – [Country concerned: Russia]

 

2004

Human Rights & Mental Health in PeruMental Disability Rights International (MDRI) and Asociación Pro Derechos Humanos – [Country concerned: Peru]

Criminal Neglect: Substance Abuse, Juvenile Justice and The Children Left BehindWilliam T. Grant Foundation, National Institute on Drug Abuse and The Abercrombie Foundation – [Country concerned: Global]

 

2003

Charged with Being ChildrenHuman Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Egypt]  

2015

Justice for Children in a Humanitarian Context – International Bureau for Children’s Rights – [Country concerned: global]

2012

Bound, Blindfolded and Convicted: Children held in military detentionDefence for Children International Palestine (DCI-Palestine) – [Country concerned: Palestine]

2007

No One Is SafeHuman Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Thailand]

2018

Reconceptualizing the drivers of violent extremism: an agenda for child & youth resilience – WANA Institute and Terre des Hommes – [Country concerned: Global]

 

2016

Extreme MeasuresHuman Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Global]

 

2011

“We Can Torture, Kill, or Keep You for Years”Human Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Pakistan]

 

2007

No One Is SafeHuman Rights Watch (HRW)[Country concerned: Thailand]