Judge Sandra Oxner of the Commonwealth Judicial Education Institute (CJEI) discusses innovative judicial training techniques. This includes tips to motivate judges to participate, as well as how to assess participants' retention of the course material.
Worldwide, how big of a problem is youth crime? How can youth be led away from a life of crime? Find out more in this new episode of UNODC Explains.
Why is the rehabilitation of prisoners important? How can countries ensure a balance between security and dignity in prisons? Find out more in this new episode of UNODC Explains.
This workshop analysed the risk factors of youth crime and victimization, in particular in the context of increased vulnerabilities during COVID-19, and identified existing and future responses in South Africa. Responses were discussed in the context of South Africa's 2016 White paper on Safety and Security, which promotes a multi-agency, developmental approach to crime prevention.
This webinar provides a unique opportunity to advance the debate on financial disclosure systems, exchange experiences and good practices and learn from jurisdictions that have introduced financial disclosure systems for their judges.
Under the Doha Declaration Global Programme, UNODC has developed a Practical Guide to Creating a Brand of Prison Products to support Member States in developing or enhancing a brand of prison products or services, in full compliance with international standards and norms applicable to prison-based work programmes and prisoners' working conditions.
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Gender bias manifests itself in many ways, both subtle and obvious. In some cases, the bias is so blatant and damaging to the integrity of the judicial system that disciplinary action is appropriate. In other cases, the bias may be unconscious and unarticulated, but still exert an improper influence over legal proceedings. While disciplinary action may not be warranted, it is important to recognize and address the threat that gender bias - even if unconscious - poses to judicial integrity and the fairness of judicial decisions.