Children’s Rights Behind Bars, Human Rights of Children deprived of Liberty: Improving Monitoring Mechanisms National Report: Ireland

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Children’s Rights Behind Bars, Human Rights of Children deprived of Liberty: Improving Monitoring Mechanisms National Report: Ireland

Recorded 21st July 2016

Contributors

Author: Irish Penal Reform Trust

Publisher: ISPCC

Date: 2014

Geographic Coverage: Ireland

Type of Resource: Research (Non-Governmental Organisation)

Sector/setting: Justice

Vulnerable groups: Children in conflict with the law

Developed with children and young people? Yes

Type of participation: Consultation with children (e.g. surveys, consultative events or workshops)

Availability: Open Access

Keywords: Children, Detention, Human Rights, Implementation, Incarcerated, International, Ireland, Justice, Juvenile, Legislative, Liberty, Policy, Respect, Rights, Standards

Introduction

This is a collaboration between 16 European and international organisations that work for children’s rights. The goal of the project is to increase the respect of human rights of children deprived of liberty.