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ISS/IRC Code RIGHTS-AFRICA 001
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Title Quelles mesures de réhabilitation pour les enfants traduits devant les instances judiciaires?
Author NGABONZIZA Damien
Generic unit L'enfant et la guerre, 7° Séminaire de l'Institut

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Date published/issue 00-00-0000
Date received 00-00-0000
Place published SWITZERLAND
Editor Institut international des Droits de l'Enfant c/o Institut Universitaire Kurt Bösch Case postale 41
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Page 77-8
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ISBN 2-9440229-13-9
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Country concerned
Index Child-rights
Education-child-needs
Family-reintegration
Family-rehabilitation
Free text The author starts from the principle that a child accused of war crimes should not be placed in the hands of justice, but must benefit from Measures of Rehabilitation. Experts speaking the language of the child, knowledgeable of his culture and benefiting from means of investigation must carry out Psychological Support, Civic education must allow the child to relearn fundamental values, such as respect and equality, and the rights of the child. Education, be it training or studies chosen freely by the child, in a centre of rehabilitation, must enable him to prepare his insertion into society. Family reintegration must be carried out as soon as possible, in order to prepare the surroundings of the child within a framework. Finally, all actors, judges, teachers, police officers, social workers and the public in general must be sensitised to the rights of the child. (Editor' abstract)

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