"Arash was there in my office, silent and ashamed. He had escaped from the school that same day with older students and tried to use drugs in the nearby park. His classmates were mean to him, particularly Hossein, who had bullied him for a long time," stated Mr. Hadadi, the counselor of district 17 of Tehran Province. Arash could be considered a high-risk and vulnerable student. His parents were divorced and he was constantly bullied in school.[Read More]
Crime Commission closes on reminder that rule of law protects against violence, oppression and injustice
29 April 2013 - The 22nd Session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice ended last week by emphasizing the importance of the rule of law and its role in supporting men, women and children across the world.
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