Two Conferences on Juvenile Justice: Tel Aviv, 27-28 March 1995 and East Jerusalem, 29-31 March 1995 DEBRA FATTEL Defence for Children International - Israel Section In March 1995, Defence for Children International - Israel Section (DCI-Israel) organized two international conferences on juvenile justice, one in Tel Aviv and one in East Jerusalem. Both conferences focused on local and international juvenile justice issues with the aim of raising awareness, sharing informa- tion and presenting potential solutions for significant current issues of juvenile justice. Highlights of the two conferences appear below. International Conference on the Representation of Juvenile Offenders (Tel Aviv, 27-28 March 1995) The conference in Tel Aviv was co-sponsored by United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Branch at Vienna; The American Bar Association Juvenile Justice Center; Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law- Taubenschlag Institute of Criminal Law; and The Israeli Bar Association. The conference theme, "Legal Representation of Juvenile Offenders", is con- temporary for Israel where the right to legal representation is at the discretion of the juvenile court and only mandatory in cases which hold a maximum penalty of 10 years or if the youth has a disability. Lawyers for youth? Aren't the judge and probation
The International Journal of Children's Rights – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1996
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