Query : juge des enfants
- Beddiar, Nadia2
- Bellon, Laurence2
- ΝΥΣΤΑΖΟΠΟΥΛΟΥ-ΠΕΛΕΚΙΔΟΥ, ΜΑΡΙΑ2
- Anne Tardy1
- Arnaudeau, Sophie1
- Bastard, Benoit1
- Berdoulat, Émilie1
- Bordonaba, Laure1
- Bourreau-Dubois, Cécile1
- Bruel, Alain1
- Bruno Mounier1
- Chouchan, Nathalie1
- Christelle Damour1
- Claude Grin1
- Collectif Onze,1
- de Maximy, Martine1
- Deffains, Bruno1
- Denecheau, Benjamin1
- Dubouchet, Denis1
- Dugravier, Romain1
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences10
- Gender Studies6
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology4
- Art and Art History1
- Political Science1
Be a court judge for children in Turkey. Between criminal law enforcement and social considerations
This article seeks to understand the ways in which children’s judges engage in the judiciary in Turkey. It reveals two categories of judges? those who make ‘? code?’ a priority, and those who prioritise ‘? file?’. The analyses also confirm that the practices of judges adopting a position of technici...
Literature for Youth in Morocco
Return to the first Maghreb letterroom in Oujda, September 2017. The Moroccan child is looking for books that talk to him about his daily problems, the history of his country, his traditions and his thoughts, given the high attendance of young readers on the stand dedicated to children’s literature...
Social and familial intergration of youg women formerly placed in residential care
This research has a dual objective: first, to analyse the type of care received through the testimony of formerly placed women; second, to gain understanding of their social and familial integration since they left care. This study was originally commissioned by a teenagers' home in the Paris region...
The assessment by the Court of Cassation of the use of the unofficial investigation by the juvenile judge
In the investigation of a criminal case involving a minor, the child judge has the possibility of conducting an ‘official’ investigation or an unofficial investigation. The ‘official’ investigation must meet the requirements set out in Articles 79 to 190 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, while the...
A PROCEDURE IN DIFFICULTY: A Blueprint FOR “SPECIAL” EDUCATION disputes THROUGH A QUASI-INQUISITORIAL ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS
In this essay, disability practitioner and Scholar Stephen Rosenbaum propose a radical change in the United States administrative adversarial tendering process for resolution of “special” education disputes between educators and students with disabilities, looking for inspiration in part to Canada a...
The couple court
Malika is a court clerk. Every day she sees dozens of separating couples scroll. It is often women who find themselves with the care of children and very little financial compensation from their ex-spouse, without the law or the justice system being able to change this order. However, in the face of...
Conflicts of jurisdiction based on rationae materiae in family law
In France, many judges and courts intervene in family. Sometimes it becomes very difficult to know to which judge or court one must turn to. All these courts and judges may be in competition for the same matter, thus creating confusion and conflicts of jurisdiction between themselves. In order to st...
“Children’s judge is not a minor judge”
The AEMO report: professional writing and/or subjective transmission
Workshop 3: professional writing since its origins, social work has been organised on contradictory and inseparable foundations serving diverse and conflicting interests. In the context of the Educative Assistance in Milieu Ouvert, we are interested in the process of writing educators when they have...
How institutions deal with teenage girls’ criminality in France : gender differentiation ?
The theoretical framework of this dissertation is at the crossroads of the sociology of juvenile delinquency, social control and gender. Its aim is to identify public institutions’ responses to the delinquency of minor girls. The research method consisted in a field study in the urban area of Grenob...
The vagueness of the juvenile court
‘titrebSummary’/titrebIn his latest text published here Alain Bruel puts the current development of juvenile justice from an anthropological perspective. He stressed, in particular, the shift of responsibility of young people in relation to their actions and the understanding of the position of the...
Chronic of a deflection: Grasping criminal logic condensed on an individual scale
The chronology of Pierre’s presentation to a children’s judge makes it possible to grasp ‘from the bottom’ how criminal justice shapes the career of a 15-year-old young person. Disputes between judicial authorities to find a place in a closed educational centre as a matter of urgency and approaches...
When justice requires
‘titrebSummary’/titreb Justice may impose care on perpetrators of criminal offences, whether minors or adults, as well as children in danger and their parents. Depending on the case, care is required to prevent repeat offending or to protect a child. They are also an opportunity for children to have...
The European Committee of Social Rights considers that, by allowing a considerable number of foreign minors to live on the street, Belgium has failed to take the necessary measures to guarantee their right to protection against physical and moral danger and their right to social and health assistance, since the Member States’ duty to provide assistance to illegally staying foreign minors
Referral to a collective complaint by the organisation ‘Defence of Children International’ (DEI) denouncing structural shortcomings in reception policy. The Committee confirms that these rights are so fundamental that they must be guaranteed even in cases of illegal stay. It is in line with its FIDH...
The transformations of juvenile justice in France (1980-2010).
by Robin Soyer Master 2 under the leadership of Mathias gardet The juvenile justice is still largely determined in France by the Order of 2 February 1945 on child delinquency. This order imposes the primacy of educational measures over punishment, and gives the children’s judge a central role. Howev...
Défense sociale et protection de l'enfance en Belgique. Les filles délinquantes de l'Ecole de Bienfaisance de l'Etat à Namur (1914-1922)
Child protection was institutionalized in Belgium by a law passed on May 15th 1912. Juvenile offenders were taken away from the criminal procedure and submitted to juvenile courts. After assessing the risk they present to society, the juvenile courts imposed custody, education and protective measure...
Experimenting with splitting the functions of the children’s judge
Sport in the practice of psychologist
It may seem curious, if not paradoxical, for a psychologist to use physical and sporting activities as part of his practice. In order to understand what led me to shape and employ these techniques, I have to talk about the context of my work and the audience I receive. I work in a specialised social...
Streamlining the possibilities: extra-family placement and least risk orientation
Benjamin Denecheau-The rationalisation of possibilities: extra-family placement and least risk orientation 1 The rationalisation of possible options: placement outside the family and the least risky orientation Benjamin Denecheau, LIRTES (EA 7313), Université Paris Est Créteil benjamin.denecheau@u-p...
Punishment and family obligations
In recent years, the body of penalties related to family law has known huge developments. At first sight, these developments give a taste of disorder: decline of penalties when breach of marriage duties, renewal of penalties against wife-beating, restoration of the removal of family allowances, disc...
Η ΣΥΜΜΕΤΟΧΗ ΤΗΣ ΓΥΝΑΙΚΑΣ ΣΤΗΝ ΟΙΚΟΝΟΜΙΑ ΚΑΤΑ ΤΟΝ ΥΣΤΕΡΟ ΜΕΣΑΙΩΝΑ (Ή περίπτωση της Σερβίδας κλώστριας)
L'article No 64 du «Zakonik», du Code des Lois d'Etienne Duchan (1349 et1354), stipule «Que la filandrière restée veuve soit libre tout comme le prêtre». Cettedisposition, l'unique du Zakonik concernant une femme et même en rapport avec unmétier, pose des questions d'ordre économique et social, d'au...
Guardianship for minor children in Bas-Canada: domestic authority, legal and male traditions
Basé on the guardianship elections for the district of Montreal in the early 19th century, this article questions the gendered conceptions of domestic authority in a context of growing cultural pluralism. It shows that male power is built according to two distinct models: one is becoming part of the...
Parentification within the conflictual parental separation. The case of Marie
Within the conflicting parental separation, the child can take a role as a parent. Parentification is a frequent consequence of these situations. The article presents the clinical case of a 12-year-old girl illustrating the relationship between her family situation and the phenomenon of parentificat...
Order of 2 February 1945 on the organisation of courts and civil, criminal and administrative procedure
“Clear judge is there to protect me: guide for children and adolescents to find themselves in court proceedings”/ib