Save the dates of the Meetings about Child Participation, to take place on the 13th and 14th of November in Geneva on the theme: In Favour of Real and Effective Child Participation: What Are the Tools?

Call for submissions to the Veillard-Cybulski Award 2020. Do not hesitate to send your works!

After collecting testimonies from men who were victims of sexual violence as children, the filmmaker Insia Dariwala realized the importance of highlighting the painful and silent experiences hidden in Indian society.

From the 25th to the 29th of June, the IDE hosted a delegation of Senegalese professionals as part of a training of trainers in juvenile justice. Interviews (audio).

A second Swiss member will sit on the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child! Professor Philip D. Jaffé is following in the footstep of International Institute for the Rights of the Child (IDE) founder Jean Zermatten.

The Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) "Children’s human rights: interdisciplinary introduction" is now available on Coursera! An e-training  by the Center for Children's Rights Studies of the University of Geneva in collaboration with the IDE.

At the start of the school year in French-speaking Switzerland, where students are dragging their feet to join their classes, many young Russians have no access to education. Editorial by Pierre Jaccard.

A conference co-organized by IDE brought together some 70 or so professionals around the theme of restorative justice and alternatives to detention in Cuttack, India on July 7th and 8th.

Nurturing spirituality in early childhood for the prevention of violence. Read the editorial by Alba Reina Duran!

The International Institute for the Rights of the Child is pleased to announce the publication of the book The Essentials in Juvenile Justice. Nearly 30 experts in the field share their knowledge and experience with the professionals.