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:: Volume 4, Issue 16 (winter 2023) ::
Child Rights 2023, 4(16): 25-41 Back to browse issues page
Criminal Justice for Delinquent Children and Teenagers Emphasizing the Convention on the Rights of the Child
Seyede Parisa Mirabi
Department of Law, Najafabad Branch, Islamic Azad University, Najafabad, Iran.
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Background and Aim: The realization of judicial justice is one of the issues of children's rights in conflict with the law, which is in line with fair behavior and performance with emphasis on the best interests of the child, which includes supporting the right to a fair trial and the right to participate effectively in the proceedings.However, the Convention on the Rights of the Child recognizes the right to respect for children accused or guilty of violating the law and the necessary legal measures in actions without recourse to judicial proceedings and actions within the framework of judicial proceedings to support them to compromise with society and take responsibility It has predicted a constructive role. The current research examines the issue of criminal justice for delinquent children and juveniles with descriptive and analytical methods and by using library studies of the laws of the Children's Convention and the theories of the Committee on the Rights of the Child. As a result, government policies in the judicial justice system should be managed according to the standards of the convention, considering the constructive role of children in society and their best interests.
Method: The present research intends to study the chils rights Convention and the theories of the Committee on the Rights of the Child in the issue of criminal justice for delinquent children and juveniles by using the descriptive and analytical method and using library studies.
Results: The findings indicate that the standards of human rights have stipulated that delinquent children should be dealt with in a separate platform and subject to criminal justice responses. Therefore, the conclusion of these human rights doctrines in the scope of criminal justice is that criminal policy makers "individualize criminal justice responses" identify as a comprehensive/general principle of criminal law.
Conclusion: In the light of the application of criminal considerations for delinquent children and teenagers, government policies in the judicial justice system should be managed according to the standards of the convention, considering the constructive role of children in society and their best interests.

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Mirabi SP. Criminal Justice for Delinquent Children and Teenagers Emphasizing the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Child Rights Journal. 2022; 4(15): 25-41.
Keywords: Judicial Justice, Child and Juvenile Delinquency, Child Rights, Child Rights Convention
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Type of Study: Review Article | Subject: Special
Received: 2022/10/8 | Accepted: 2022/11/13
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Mirabi S P. Criminal Justice for Delinquent Children and Teenagers Emphasizing the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Child Rights 2023; 4 (16) :25-41
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