Juvenile and Adult Detainees Support (JADES)
05 Jul 2021 15:00:00Tbilisi, Georgia 28 June 2021
The final Steering Committee meeting was organised to close the two-year Council of Europe...
11 Jun 2021 16:33:00
New manual for Georgian police officers and investigators on psychological and legal aspects of investigations in the juvenile justice system9 June 2021
A new Manual on investigations in the juvenile justice system addressed to police officers and...
11 Jun 2021 08:52:001-3 and 4-6 June 2021
Two groups of the medical staff of the Georgian Temporary Detention Isolators attended a series...
02 Jun 2021 12:14:00
Managers of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia and police officers strengthen their knowledge on Article 3 of the European Convention29 - 30 May 2021
A group of police officers and managers of the relevant departments of the Ministry of Internal...
31 May 2021 09:57:0024-26 May 2021
A series of training sessions were organised for the group of newly appointed regional...
The Council of Europe project “Juvenile and Adult Detainees Support (JADES)" aims at
- Achieving better protection of the rights of detained persons and their treatment;
- Supporting in the rehabilitation of the juvenile offenders and the juvenile victims of the offences and their integration into society;
- Providing help in the development better complaint independent investigation mechanisms against police misconduct;
- Supporting in proper investigation of the alleged ill-treatment.
The project intends to achieve:
- The better management of the detainees in the Temporary Detention Isolators in line with European standards;
- Well prepared police officers and the investigators working with the juvenile victims as well as juvenile offenders;
- Readiness of the national monitoring bodies and civil society organisations to participate in the monitoring of human rights protection by the police and other investigative authorities
The programme budget is 600000 EUR
To implement the project, the Council of Europe will use a wide variety of activities, including:
- Assessment of legal framework;
- Expert reviews and technical papers;
- Drafting of policies and action plans;
- Training, peer exchange and other learning opportunities;
- Awareness raising campaigns.
The project runs from July 2019 until the end of June 2021
Eter Kamarauli, Senior Project officer
Nino Lapachi, Project Assistant