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UNICEF BP Question #2

What can my country contribute to the international community to tackle this issue?


This question must be answered by October 16th, 23:59 pm (GMT-5 / Lima Time).


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UNICEF BP Question #1

Why is the topic relevant to my country? What does my country think of past actions and current international actions? Should it be improved or changed? This question must be answered by October 9th,

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Emilio
Emilio
22 ott 2023

El Salvador has been criticised during the last two years. The way El Salvador responds to crime is special for the situation and thr change the country needed. Now, we are an example of success. The rates of homicides have lower and the country has skyrocketed. And that goes to for the way that we treat young delinquency. Because of that, El Salvador shares their experience with the world. We know how to handle extreme situations. Kids from 12 to 17 must have liability for their crimes and the reformation must be strictly, without allowing a passive participation of the inmates.

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Luciana Neira
Luciana Neira
17 ott 2023

VENEZUELA: It is no secret to anyone the alarming socio economic crisis that Venezuela went through in 2017. The nation faced a significant surge in juvenile delinquency, with crimes perpetrated by children under 18 years of age increasing by a staggering 70 percent. Acknowledging these challenges and the importance of addressing youth delinquency, a complex issue that affects the well-being and development of young people worldwide, learning from our past mistakes, Venezuela is resolute in its commitment to addressing the root causes of youth delinquency and contributing meaningfully to the global efforts in this regard.


Venezuela's "Esperanza" initiative signifies a departure from punitive measures, emphasizing rehabilitation and reintegration into society. We recognize that youth delinquency is often a consequence of…


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camila-pretell
17 ott 2023

ARGENTINA: In Latin America, from 2013 to 2014, of the richest 20% of the population, practically all finished secondary school, while of the poorest 20%, only 26% of women and 23% of men finished secondary school. Moreover, during the same years, it was found that in Argentina 23.8% of the prison inmates did not finish primary school. Hence, school dropouts remains as a fundamental cause of juvenile delinquency, which has been identified by our country and tackled through the creation of “Plan Familia” to financially help approximately 500,000 poor families to help their children attend school and through the amendment to the National Education Law to establish that compulsory schooling amounts to 14 years of education. Therefore, the Argentine Republic…


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orellana.mejia.manuel.alberto
17 ott 2023

DOMINION OF CANADA: Canada's experience in enhancing public safety through substantial investments, preventive policies, and legal reforms provides a valuable contribution to the international community. This successful approach has led to the proposal of the Canadian Youth Empowerment Act, an innovative piece of legislation aiming to surpass current international standards, including the Riyadh Guidelines. This act goes further by integrating tailored educational opportunities with alternative disciplinary measures for non-harmful behaviors, in line with the philosophy of lesser moral culpability of adolescents compared to adults. Additionally, it underscores collaboration with parents, community organizations, and juvenile agencies, along with active youth participation in program planning and execution, further reinforcing youth empowerment measures. This legislation is grounded in reliable research and is subject to…


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Michelle Morgenstern
Michelle Morgenstern
17 ott 2023

The Ukrainian Republic proposes the URK program which consists of the protection of harassed groups in each given situation. We hope that none of the people that are involved in the cases are left behind. The population would be divided into two parts, the victims and the culprits. Based on this, we would try to solve it with each community to avoid misunderstandings. As it's known, Ukraine it's currently in a war state against Russia, so our help would be moderate and smaller than any other country. Our community could provide the promotion of nationalization into other countries to call out for a try in each country and promote self determination and identity. The issue in fact is of grea…


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