BICE acts for restorative justice
In Peru, BICE works with two local organisations, members of our network :
These organisations are responsible for running the Childhood without Bars programme in five Youth Counselling Centres.
We also work with the National Youth Secretariat and the Ministry for Women and Social Development, Education and Health.
- Training of psychosocial teams, to provide support for children serving a non-custodial sanction
- Organisation of two seminars : “The media and juvenile justice” and “Progress and challenges faced by juvenile justice systems”
- Studies on the administration of justice, socio-familial rehabilitation, restorative justice and problems linked to sexuality in the support of children in conflict with the law
- Workshops on personal projects for adolescents in conflict with the law
- Workshops on creating a micro-business
- Musical training workshop “Wayna Hop”
- Workshops on reading and story-writing
- Workshops on positive parenting
- Creation and broadcast of radio adverts, in collaboration with children in risk situations, in conflict with the law and with their families
- Workshops in collaboration with the Ministry for Justice, to present public policies of prevention and support for children in conflict with the law
- Creation of a collective at the closed detention centre of Lima, in collaboration with members of civil society
- Organisation of an awareness campaign.
Key figures per year
- 90 adolescents in conflict with the law
- 80 members of the family circle of minors (parents, tutors, communities…)
- 130 persons involved in the juvenile justice system (judges, personnel, judicial police…)
- 130 social workers from closed detention centres
- 30 members of the media informed on juvenile justice (radios, TV, written press…)