Welcome to JuvenileJustice. ru — a demand-driven on-line facility, founded by UN Development Program in the Russian Federation and the “Regional association of specialists in support of legal-judicial reform and juvenile justice in the Rostov region” (a public organization) and  dedicated to strengthening communication and networking among juvenile justice practitioners across the Russian Federation and beyond.

The website content includes news and developments in the juvenile justice field at local, national and international levels, activities and projects of other donors and implementing organizations. The website also provides all those that are interested with the opportunity to join a thematic network community and engage in an online cumulative discussion on one of the provided themes of interest.

Additionally, you are welcome to directly refer your queries to our associate experts and search for material in our extensive archives of accumulated discourse, a large reserve of legal documents and publications, and provided links to relevant internet addresses.

At present the portal is being supported by the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada through a pilot project “Regional Model of Juvenile Justice in Rostov Oblast” as part of the Canadian-Russian Project “Improving Services for Youth at Risk in the RF”.

News and events

The experience of Prokamye in protection of the rights of child

The practical experience of the Prikamye area (Perm region) on the issues of protection of child rights and prevential of social orphanhood drew especial attention at the international seminar that was held in Veliky Novgorod.

"Prospects of juvenile justice development in today's Russia"

13-14 December 2005, an inter-regional conference on "Prospects of juvenile justice development in today's Russia" was held in Moscow. The conference that took place in the building of the presidential administration was organized by the UN Development Programme (UNDP) in Russia and the Presidential Council on support for the development of institutions of civil society and human rights.

Marshall Law for teenagers introduced in Samara region

The sanctions apply for public areas in residential houses, streets, court-yards, parks, train stations, night clubs and the like. The parents of the children found by the police to be in sanctioned places could be liable to the fine of up to two minimal monthly salaries.
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“Prospects of juvenile justice development in today’s Russia” 13—14 December 2005, an inter-regional conference on “Prospects of juvenile justice development in today’s Russia” was held in Moscow. The conference that took place in the building of the presidential administration was organized by the UN Development Programme (UNDP) in Russia and the Presidential Council on support for the development of institutions of civil society and human rights.

Judicial experience Generalization on judicial experience on the criminal cases involving juveniles that were considered by the courts of the Rostov region in the first six months of 2005

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