Advancing Children's Rights in Detention A Model for International Reform.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Kilkelly, Ursula.
Corporate Author: JSTOR (Organization)
Other Authors: Bergin, Pat.
Format: Electronic eBook
Language:English
Published: Bristol : Bristol University Press, 2021.
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Table of Contents:
  • Front Cover
  • Advancing Children's Rights in Detention: A Model for International Reform
  • Copyright information
  • Table of contents
  • List of Cases and Instruments
  • List of Figures
  • About the Authors
  • Acknowledgments
  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • Aims of this book
  • Methodology
  • Chapter outline
  • 1 Children's Rights in Detention
  • Introduction
  • Introducing children's rights
  • Implementation of children's rights
  • Children's rights and youth justice
  • Children's rights in detention
  • Implementation of children's rights in youth justice and detention
  • A model for advancing children's rights in detention
  • Child-centred care
  • Conclusion
  • 2 An International Perspective
  • Introduction
  • Key global concerns
  • Children's rights to education, health and family contact
  • Violence and ill-treatment
  • Separation, solitary confinement and restraint
  • Absence of specialist staff, facilities and approaches
  • Absence of complaints and oversight
  • Race and over-representation
  • Gender
  • Reforming child detention
  • Hearing the views of children in detention
  • Conclusion
  • 3 Irish Youth Justice Law and Policy
  • Introduction
  • Irish youth justice
  • a brief history of reform
  • The Children Act 2001
  • Important developments in youth justice
  • Youth justice in the Department of Children
  • Youth justice as part of the National Children's Strategy
  • National youth justice policy
  • Conclusion
  • 4 Introducing Child Detention in Ireland
  • Introduction
  • The reform of child detention in Ireland
  • The Youth Justice Review
  • The Expert Group on Children Detention Schools
  • Design and investment
  • Complex legislative reform
  • Child detention in national policy
  • The profile of children in Oberstown
  • Oberstown's legal framework
  • The Director as quasi-parent
  • Providing for the child's needs and preparing for return to the community
  • The distinctiveness of child detention
  • Governance of detention
  • Independent inspection of child detention
  • Conclusion
  • 5 Oberstown and the Process of Change
  • Introduction
  • Introducing the challenge
  • Oberstown: the new building
  • Oberstown: the new model of care
  • Care, Education, Health, Offending behaviour and Preparation for leaving
  • Relationship-based care
  • The Children's Rights Policy Framework
  • Oberstown: the new direction
  • The Oberstown Strategy 2017-20
  • Measuring progress through independent inspection
  • The maturing approach to inspection
  • Conclusion
  • 6 Implementing Children's Rights in Detention
  • Introduction
  • Child-centred care
  • Individual plans delivered through partnership
  • Provision
  • Health
  • Education
  • Development
  • Family contact
  • Participation
  • Individual decision-making in Oberstown
  • Unit decision-making in Oberstown
  • Campus decision-making in Oberstown
  • Information and complaints
  • Preparation
  • Conclusion
  • 7 Children's Rights to Protection from Harm
  • Introduction