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2021 / 01 / 29

We invite you to an international conference!

 

Conference “Legal aid for children in criminal proceedings: child friendly legal aid at focus

11th February 2021

 

We are very pleased to invite you to attend the international conference “Legal aid for children in criminal proceedings: child friendly legal aid at focus”. The event will take place on 11th of February 2021 and will be held remotely through an interactive online platform provided by the Child Protection Hub for South East Europe.

The conference will emphasize the importance of providing adequate legal assistance to minors in criminal proceedings and will focus on the understanding of child-friendly legal aid. Problems arising in legal regulation and practice will be discussed.

We believe that the conference will provide a very interesting discussion forum as we have a number of prominent speakers from international organizations, academia, NGOs and practitioners. We are very happy to have on the conference program such experts as Barbel Heinkelmann (European Commission), Anna Giudice (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), prof. Ton Liefaard (Leiden University), as well as other well-known experts.

Full agenda is available here:

https://bit.ly/3t3euSv.

For more info and registration please refer to:

https://childhub.org/en/child-protection-webinars/online-conference-legal-aid-children-criminal-proceedings-child-friendly.

The participation in the conference is free, however, registration is required. If you are not yet a member of the Child Hub Platform, please create an account (free) to join the event: https://bit.ly/39r1luJ.

The conference is organized by the Law Institute of the Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences (Lithuania), Defence for Children International-Belgium (DCI - Belgium) and the Center of Integrated Legal Services and Practices (CILSP, Albania). The conference is part of the EU co-funded project “Legal aid for children in criminal proceedings: developing and sharing best practices” (LA CHILD).