A group of Moldovan professionals working in the Juveniles Justice area and representatives of Terre des hommes Moldova undertook a study visit to Romania between the 28th of March and the 2nd of April, 2016. The group of professionals from Moldova included 10 representatives of key actors in the juvenile justice field: Probation Office, General Police Inspectorate, Psycho-Pedagogical Service of the Ministry of Education, Penitentiary Department of the Ministry of Justice, the General Prosecutor’s Office and Terre des hommes.
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The 5-day study visit in Romania included, at the national level, meetings with similar authorities from Romania, but also with non-governmental organisations and authorities at local level. The main objectives of the visit were the familiarization with the Romanian best practices related to prevention of juvenile delinquency, its legislation and specific programs aiming at helping children in conflict with the law to adopt a lawful behaviour and social inclusion. The situation in Romania is evidently more evolved than in Moldova with regard to service delivery for children in conflict with the law or those at risk. Therefore, the delegation met with and learnt from the most relevant and advanced actors and service providers in this field. The group had one day of meetings in Bacau, two days in Bucharest and other two in Cluj-Napoca.
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