Towards Child-Friendly Justice in Egypt


The OECD has partnered with the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation on a three-year project to support the Government of Egypt in establishing an improved juvenile justice system that ensures child protection in line with international standards, the SDGs and Egypt’s National Child Strategy. The project will avail experiences from different OECD countries, including Switzerland, particularly through peer-to-peer exchanges and policy dialogue with the Government of Egypt. In addition, it will facilitate high-level political engagement in support of effective implementation of the objectives of the project to strengthen the Rule of Law and enable a child-friendly justice system in Egypt. The expected outcomes include on the one hand, better capacitated child-justice stakeholders to better protect children in contact with the justice system; and on the other, the development of improved governance and coordination mechanisms among key child justice stakeholders. Read more here


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