Manual for EU member states - What do you think ?
In the framework of the european project "My Lawyer, My Rights" (2016-2018), a Manual for EU Member States has been edited in order to guide national authorities from the EU Member States in ensuring that their national laws and practices comply with the relevant EU Directives regarding children's rights in criminal proceedings. This project was co-funded by the Justice Programme of the European Union.
For more information about the MLMR project, please visit our website :
Help us measure the impact of this Manual for EU Member States by answering the next following survey.
Thank you very much !
What is your profession ?
How did you hear about the Manual for EU Member States ?
My Lawyer, My Rights activities
My Lawyer, My Rights website
Are you satisfied with the content of the Manual for EU Member States ?
Yes, but I would have few suggestions to improve it
If you're not (entirely) satisfied, how could we improve it ?
Do you think the layout of the Manual is adequate ?
Which chapter do you find the most interesting ?
EU Member States' obligations regarding children's rights
How to ensure effective implementation at national level of the rights of children in conflict with the law ?
Further information, readings and appendices
Tables poster : International and regional standards regarding juvenile justice (soft law & hard law)
Do you intend to use this Manual in your daily practice ?
Would you disseminate it among other relevant persons ?
Would you be interested to translate it in your national language ? If yes, don't hesitate to contact us !
Do you have any further comments regarding the Manual for EU Member States ?
Thank you very much !
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