Research is currently underway on a UN Global Study on Children Deprived of their Liberty and your help is needed.
The Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty (called for in UN General Assembly Resolution A/RES/69/157) will shed light on the scale and conditions of children deprived of liberty, identifying good practices and making recommendations for effective measures to prevent human rights violations against children in detention and reduce the number of children deprived of liberty.
One of the chapters of this Study will focus on children detained with their parents in the criminal justice system. The Study will draw on data from governments but it will also be based on existing research and on the experiences of children who have been deprived of their liberty with a parent and those who work with them.
A call for input has therefore been issued to help provide the chapter’s Research Group with resources including research and reports on this issue, data on the numbers of children living with a parent and case studies. Please click on the link below to read the call for input in full.
If you do have any of the requested information please send it to Stephen Browne firstname.lastname@example.org who will compile it so it can be shared with the research leads on behalf of QUNO and COPE, the NGO Focal Points for the Research Group.
Finally, for updates on the Study please join the NGO Panel for the Study: https://childrendeprivedofliberty.info/