Children and justice: overcoming language barriers

Our foundation takes attention on child-friendly justice principles in the justice system and we contributes in several national and international projects that are focusing on vulnerable victims, suspects and witnesses and how to provide the necessary information, support and protection to children.
language barriers

Hintalovon

2018.06.04.

Language can be a barrier for children if they get in contact with the justice system of a foreign country (and do not understand a language) or they use a sign language. 

Our foundation takes attention on child-friendly justice principles in the justice system and we contributes in several national and international projects that are focusing on vulnerable victims, suspects and witnesses and how to provide the necessary information, support and protection to children.  

One of these projects is Co-minor IN/Quest, where our colleagues, Szilvi Gyurkó, contributes as child rights expert. 

To know more about the project, visit: https://www.arts.kuleuven.be/tolkwetenschap/projecten/co_minor_in_quest/children-and-justice

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