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Juvenile justice in Armenia: Perspective of children in conflict with the law
As part of its democratic reforms, Armenia has committed to setting up a proper legal framework as well as the mechanisms necessary for the effective functioning of a juvenile justice system that has the child’s best interests in mind. Among other provisions, international conventions and guidelines call for child-centered orientation and respect for the views of the child. The project aimed at discovering what the children thought about the how effective the prevention of delinquent behavior, correction and rehabilitation of young offenders is, as well as how well respected child rights are at all stages of the process.
Assessment of alternative sentencing in Armenia
Qualitative research implemented in cooperation with OSI Armenia and OSCE Yerevan Office helped describing the current legal framework for alternative sentencing, assessing the attitudes of different stakeholders towards the changes in the Criminal Code and identifying strategies for effective use of non-custodial measures of punishment.

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Global Research Competition 2013
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The Global Development Network (GDN) invites researchers from developing and transition countries to submit Expressions of Interest for its 2013 round of the Global Research Competition.
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