Combating Torture and Ill-treatment in Georgia Armenia and Ukraine
2017-12-01 | 2020-09-01
Project contributes to the prevention of torture in three countries Georgia, Armenia and Ukraine by 1) establishing and strengthening prevention mechanisms of redress for the victims of torture, 2) improving capacities of relevant professionals and civil society organizations in documenting torture, 3) providing comprehensive tailor-made rehabilitation services to the victims of torture and their family members.
Improving Secondary Crime Prevention for Juveniles and Children in Conflict with Law
2016-12-15 | 2019-04-15
The project envisages provision of psycho-social rehabilitation services and intervention programs to 400 juveniles in conflict with the law, children and adolescents at risk and juvenile delinquents participating in “Diversion and Mediation programs” as well as involving them in various sports and recreational activities. Within the project framework, intervention package consisting of nine evidence-based psychosocial programs and intervention program for parents of juveniles will be developed and implemented. Project foresees identifying the gaps within juvenile justice reform, elaborating policy recommendations and advocating for their implementation. Within the action capacities of relevant state structures will be strengthened.
IMPROVING SECONDARY CRIME PREVENTION PROCESS FOR JUVENILES AND CHILDREN IN CONFLICT WITH THE LAW IN GEORGIA
2016-12-16 | 2021-12-15
Project contributes to the successful implementation of the juvenile justice reform by inclusion of civil society organizations with the aim to ensure transparence accountability and mutual sharing of expertise between the state and non-governmental organzations. Project aims at monitoring the implementation process of the Juvenile Justice strategy and the action plan. At the next stage, project aims at raising public awareness about the reform process.