Survey for children and young people on child friendly justice
You are 17 years old or under,
You have already been in contact with the legal system (for example because your parents have divorced or because you have done something wrong),
You know someone who has been in contact with the legal system, or
You have only seen the law in action on TV,
..do you want to tell us what you think?
The Council of Europe is listening!
What is the Council of Europe?
The Council of Europe protects the human rights of people who live in 47 different countries in the continent of Europe. 150 million children and young people are affected by its work.
The Council of Europe has written some rules (or guidelines) to protect children's rights in justice. It wants to find out children and young people's views and experiences before finishing and publishing the rules.
The guidelines will cover lots of different decisions about the law and individual children and young people's lives, such as:
Who you will live with if your parents are separating or getting divorced
What happens if you are the victim of a crime (including abuse against you)
What happens if you have been arrested by the police or charged with committing a crime
How can you make complaints about how you are treated
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