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EJJO Relations with the European institutions

The European Juvenile Justice Observatory establishes its relations with the European institutions through the existing agreements with the International Juvenile Justice Observatory which has the following recognitions:

The International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO) has observer status in the Liaison Group of the European Economic and Social Committee with civil society organisations and networks.
Set up in 2004, the Liaison Group ensures that the EESC interacts with the European civil society organisations and networks. It is designed to be both a liaison body and a structure for political dialogue. The Liaison Group ensures that the EESC has a coordinated approach towards these organisations and networks, as well as monitoring joint initiatives.

The International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO) maintains operational relations with UNESCO
The International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO) is recognised by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), enabling operational relations to be established between both organizations.

Through the development of this institutional cooperation and the relationship between both entities, both regulated and non-regulated education will be promoted for children in social exclusion and children in conflict with the law, as well as specialised training for practitioners involved in juvenile justice.

The International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO) has the Participatory Status at the Council of Europe.
The International Juvenile Justice Observatory was recently granted Participatory Status by the Council of Europe. Since 1952, the Council of Europe has recognised the influence of NGOs and offers them the opportunity to participate, as a vital component of European society, ensuring freedom of expression and association both of which are fundamental to democracy.

Thanks to this recognition, the IJJO will seize the opportunity to develop new initiatives and proposal that will be submitted for debate at the hearth of this Institution, which currently represents 47 States of the European continent.

The International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO) is ‘Expert NGO’ of the European Forum on the Rights of the Child for the European Union.
The International Juvenile Justice Observatory has been recognised as an ‘Expert NGO’ of the European Forum on the Rights of the Child for the European Union.

Through the creation of the NGO Forum, the European Commission is working to draw up a common strategy on the Rights of the Child, particularly on subjects relating to violence against children, discrimination and social exclusion.

During the third meeting of the European Forum organised by the Directorate General Justice, Freedom and Security in Brussels in December 2008, the Vice President of the European Commission, Jacques Barrot, gaved a presentation on recent developments in child protection and the promotion of the Rights of the Child in the Members States.
 

[European Union]

Expert NGO

of the European Forum for the Rights of the Child for the European Union.

[European Union]

Observatory status in the Liaison Group

of the European Economic and Social Committee

with the civil society organisations and networks


eesc.europa.eu

[Europe]

COE Participatory Status

The International Juvenile Justice has been granted the Participatory Status by the Council of Europe.


www.coe.int

[United Nations]

Interagency Panel on Juvenile Justice

www.juvenilejusticepanel.org

[UNESCO]

Operational relations with the UNESCO

portal.unesco.org

European Juvenile Justice Observatory (EJJO) - 50, Rue Mercelis, 1050 - Brussels - BELGIUM - Phone: 00 32 262 98890 - oejj@oejj.org