Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Sources of Information on Justice for Children
Content of Sources of Information on Justice for Children:
National Reports and Books p.1
International Reports and Books p.2
Training Manuals on Justice for Children and Children Rights p.3
International Instruments p.3
National Reports and Books:
Ø African Child Policy Forum (2007), Report on the Study of the Treatment of Cg Deprived of their Liberty in 8 Towns in Ethiopia, Draft, Addis Ababa, 72p.
Ø African Child Policy Forum (2006), Harmonisation of Laws relating to Children in Eastern and Southern Africa, A Draft Report, Addis Ababa, 61p.
Ø African Child Policy Forum (2005), A Report on Violence Against Children, Addis Ababa.
Ø Alem, E. (2005), Violence against children in Ethiopia; Manifestations, the Legal and Policy framework and Challenges of Implementation, UNICEF/MOLSA Ethiopia, 58p.
Ø Andargatchew Tesfaye (2000), An Evaluation of the Child Protection Program Operated by the Addis Ababa City Administration Police Commission and Forum on Street Children Ethiopia, Addis Ababa.
Ø Askale Mekonnen (2001), An Assessment Report of Best Practice of the Child Protection Programme undertaken by Police and Forum on Street Children Ethiopia, Addis Ababa.
Ø Askale Mekonnen & Sara T. Mariam (2003), An evaluation report o the performance of the Justice for Children project, Federal Supreme Court, Addis Ababa.
Ø Azeb Adefrsew (2004), Institutional Capacity Needs Assessment Survey: The Addis Ababa Rehabilitation Institute for Juvenile Delinquents, Addis Ababa, 59p.
Ø Desalegn Chalchisa (1997), Psychological Guidelines for Child Protection Unit and Procedural Manual for Police Working in Child Protection and Care Units, Addis Ababa.
Ø Endeshaw, Y., (2006), Gebeyehu, M. and Reta, B. (2006), Assessment of Trafficking in Women and Children in and from Ethiopia, IOM, 60p.
Ø Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (2005), Comprehensive Justice System Reform Programme. Baseline Study Report, Ministry of Capacity Building, Justice System Reform Program Office, Addis Ababa.
Ø Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (2005), Country response to the questionnaire on Violence against Children by the Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, Addis Ababa.
Ø Forum on Street Children Ethiopia (2003), Annual Report 2003.
Ø Forum on Street Children Ethiopia and Save the Children Sweden (2003), Community Based Correction Programme - Individual Treatment Plan, Addis Ababa.
Ø Forum on Street Children Ethiopia (2005), Annual Activity and Financial Report – Advocacy and Child Protection Programme, January – December 2004, Addis Ababa.
Ø Forum on Street Children – Ethiopia (FSCE), Information on Child Abuse in Ethiopia, FSCE, 22p.
Ø Forum on Street Children – Ethiopia (2006), Advocacy and Child Protection Program, Annual Activity and Financial Report, Submitted to Save the Children – Sweden, 46p.
Ø International Office for Migration (2004), Assessment of the magnitude of women and children trafficked within and outside Ethiopia, Addis Ababa.
Ø Justice for Children Project Office (2004), Bi-Annual Report of the Federal Supreme Court Justice for Children Project Office, Addis Ababa.
Ø Meskerem Geset Techane (2002), Critical Evaluation of the Justice for Children Administration in Ethiopia, Addis Ababa.
Ø Ministry of Capacity Building (2005), Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Comprehensive Justice System Reform Program, Baseline Study Report, Center for International Legal Cooperation, Leiden, 531p.
Ø Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (2005), National Action Plan on Sexual Abuse and Exploitation of Children (2006 - 2010), MOLSA, Addis Ababa, 74p.
Ø National Committee on the Sexual Abuse and Exploitation of Children in Ethiopia, National Plan of Action on Sexual Abuse and Exploitation of Children (2006-2010), Draft, Addis Ababa, September 2005.
Ø National Plan of Action for Children, (2003-2010 and beyond), Addis Ababa.
Ø National Plan of Action on Orphans and Vulnerable Children (2004-2006), Addis Ababa.
Ø Original Wolde Giorgis, Emebet Kebede, Mellese Damtie (2004), Violence Against Women in Addis Ababa in Berchi, The Annual Journal of Ethiopian Women Lawyers Association, Number 5.
Ø Save the Children Denmark (2005), Prison Fellowship Ethiopia and Daystar Consult International, The Situation of Children in Prisons in Ethiopia, Addis Ababa.
Ø Save the Children Sweden (2005), Diversion of children in conflict with the law to community-based programme centers – a case study from Ethiopia, Addis Ababa.
Ø UNICEF & MOLSA (2005), Violence Against Children in Ethiopia: Manifestations, the Legal and Policy Framework and Challenges of Implementation, Addis Ababa.
Ø Quéré, V. (2005), Justice for Children, Good Practices and Remaining Challenges in the Area of ‘Justice for Children’ in Ethiopia, UNICEF Assessment Report, UNICEF, Ethiopia, 120p.
Ø United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child (January, 2001), Concluding Observations of the Committee on the Rights of the Child, Ethiopia, U.N. Doc. CRC/C/15/Add.144, Geneva.
Ø van Welzenis, I. (2007)., Project ‘Children Rights Protection Training Development’; Needs Assessment Findings, UNICEF-Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, 70p.
International Reports and Books:
Ø International Save the Children Alliance (2005), The Right Not to Lose Hope: An analysis of violence in the lives of children in conflict with the law, with examples of good practice in community-based responses, Draft.
Ø Lansdown, G. (2005), The Evolving Capacities of the Child, UNICEF/Save the Children, 83p.
Ø Richman, N. (1993), Communicating with Children, Helping children in distress, Development Manual 2, Save the Children, London, 106p.
Ø Save the Children (1992), Helping children in difficult circumstances, A Teacher’s manual, Save the Children, London, 47p.
Ø Roy, N. and Wong, M. (2004), Juvenile Justice, Modern Concepts of Working with Children in Conflict with the Law, Save the Children, 174p.
Ø UNICEF (1998), Justice for Children, Innocenti Digest 3.
Ø UNICEF (2002), Implementation Handbook for the Convention on the Right of the Child (with CD-Rom), United Nations Publications, New York, 762p.
Ø UNICEF (2001), Early Marriage, Child Spouses, Innocenti Digest 7.
Ø UNICEF (2002), Birth Registration Rights from the Start, Innocenti Digest 9.
Training Manuals on Justice for Children and Children Rights:
Ø Philippine National Police, Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, UNICEF (2002), Juvenile Justice Training Manual for Law Enforcers : Child Rights Training, Volume One, Philippines.
Ø Save the Children Sweden, Regional Office for Eastern and Central Africa and Forum on Street Children Ethiopia (1999), Protection of Children, Youth and Women: Manual for Training Police Officers, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Ø Save the Children Sweden, Forum on Street Children Ethiopia & Addis Ababa Police Commission (2004), Guidelines for Police Working in Child Protection Programs in Ethiopia& Pocket Book for Police Officers Working in Child Protection Programs, Ethiopia.
Ø Uganda Police Force and UNICEF, The Role of the Uganda Police in the Protection of Women and Children’s Legal Rights, A Trainer’s Manual, Uganda.
Ø UNICEF, Handbook on Juvenile Justice and Children’s Rights for police, magistrates and judges, UNICEF, Bangladesh.
Ø UNICEF, Police Guidelines for Dealing with Children, Mongolia
Ø UNICEF (2004), Timor-Leste Child Protection Section, Training Manual for Police Officers on Child Rights, Juvenile Justice, Child Abuse and Children At-Risk, Draft.
Ø United Nations (2001), Asia-Pacific Answers: Good Practices in Combating Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Youth, www.unescap.org/esid/hds/sexual/inter-agency.doc
Ø Wernham, M. (2004), An Outside Change, Street Children and Juvenile Justice, An International Perspective, CCS, www.streetchildren.org.uk/resources
Ø Wernham, M. (2005), Police Training on Children Rights & Child Protection: Lessons Learned & Manual, CCS, www.streetchildren.org.uk/resources
Ø UN Convention on the Rights of the Child: www.ohchr.org/english/law/crc.htm
Ø African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child: www.achpr.org/english/_info/child_en.html
Ø Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict: www.unicef.org
Ø Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the Sale of Children, Child Prostitution and Child Pornography: www.unicef.org
Ø UN Guidelines on the Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency (Riyadh Guidelines): www.ohchr.org/english/law/juvenile.htm
Ø UN Standard Minimum Rules for the Administration of Juvenile Justice (Beijing Rules): www.ohchr.org/english/law/beijingrules.htm
Ø UN Rules for the Protection of Juveniles Deprived of their Liberty (JDLs): www.ohchr.org/english/law/res45_113.htm
Ø UN Guidelines for Action for Children in the Criminal Justice System (Vienna Guidelines): www.ohchr.org/english/law/system.htm
Ø UN Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners: www.ohchr.org/english/law/treatmentprisoners.htm
Ø UN Standard Minimum Rules for Non-Custodial Measures (Tokyo Rules): www.ohchr.org/english/law/tokyorules.htm