CRAE is pleased to announce the appointment of Paola Uccellari as its new Director.
Next week the House of Lords makes crucial decisions on the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill, including whether to reject the coalition Government's plans to take away legal aid from 6,000 vulnerable children.
Watch our new film to find out what children and young people in Austria, England, Estonia, Ireland, Moldova, Romania and Russia want to see happen so they can have more participation and influence in European and international decision-making.
High court issues damning judgment on ‘widespread unlawful use of restraint’ in child prisons run by G4S and Serco
In a judgment handed down this afternoon (11 January), a High Court Judge says it is highly likely that large numbers of children were unlawfully restrained in secure training centres (STCs) for at least a decade (1998-2008). Furthermore, none of the statutory agencies charged with monitoring children's care took action to stop the unlawful treatment.
The United Nations General Assembly has today (19 December 2011) adopted a third Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child. This will enable children living in member states that ratify the Optional Protocol to bring children's rights complaints to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child in Geneva (once national mechanisms have been exhausted).< Previous 1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526 Next >