Street Children and Juvenile Justice in Pakistan
Street children are particularly vulnerable to abuses in juvenile justice systems: they are more likely to come into (actual or perceived) conflict with the law, and they are less able to defend themselves from abuse once within the system. CSC has undertaken a two-year research and advocacy project with local partners to examine the situation of street children in juvenile justice systems in six countries: Kenya, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Philippines and Romania.
This report documents the findings from this project in relation to Pakistan.
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