Child Law Clinic

The Child Law Clinic specialises in all matters relating to children, working for their better protection, representation and the promotion of children’s rights. Participation in the Child Law Clinic is particularly important for students interested in human rights issues. The primary objective of the clinic is to defend the best interests of the child and develop a legal framework for children and the youth.

The Child Law Clinc is a joint initiative of the Law clinic of the University and “Hope For Children” UNCRC Policy Center, an NGO with emphasis on children’s rights, providing guidance and support relating to the rights of the child. The main themes of this section of the UNIC Law Clinic are: the rights of the child in general; bullying; law relating to sexual exploitation and sexual abuse of children, with particular emphasis on the ratification of the Lanzarote Convention (Council of Europe Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse); juvenile justice; and human rights advocacy.

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