Reha Ruhavioğlu, 17 November 2017
Diyarbakır Bar Association held a training on the child justice system within the scope of their Project titled “Children’s Rights in and after the State of Conflict”. The Project is planned to continue for two years and implemented by the Bar’s Children’s Rights Centre.
Judges, social workers and lawyers joined the training and shared their experiences with the participants.
Nahit Eren, board member in charge of Children’s Rights Centre commented on the Project:
“Children’s Rights in and after the State of Conflict” is a judicial service project for children who have witnessed conflicts and who live in the district of Sur, Diyarbakır. As a part of this service, we follow cases of children who lost their lives during conflicts, file strategic law suits for children who cannot access their fundamental rights and report any violation of human rights by doing field studies.