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Related topics (child labour, abuse, slavery, child soldier etc.) - Street children and other children in especially difficult circumstances - Children in detention
 
Human Rights Watch (HRW). (2002). Spain and Morocco, Nowhere to Turn: State Abuses of Unaccompanied Migrant Children by Spain and Morocco. Vol.14, No.4 (D), May 2002. New York: HRW. 64 p. This reports results from a research conducted in Morocco and in two Spanish residential centres for migrant children.
http://www.hrw.org/reports/2002/spain-morocco/spnmorc0502.pdf
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Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (2008). Tenth periodic report of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on the situation of human rights in the Sudan - Arbitrary arrest and detention committed by national security, military and police. 51 p. “Sudanese authorities routinely arrest and detain political dissidents illegally and subject many to mistreatment and torture, the top United Nations human rights official said on Friday. U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay said women, children and relatives of criminal suspects are also arbitrarily detained by Sudanese police, intelligence, and military forces.”
http://www.crin.org/docs/10thOHCHR28nov08.pdf
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Terre des hommes Foundation. (2010). An Assessment of Juvenile Justice in Afghanistan. 88 p. “This study, carried out by U.S. defence attorney Kimberly Motley for the international children’s rights organisation Terre des hommes, reveals a justice system that subjects juveniles to torture, forced confessions and blatant violations of their rights in court.”
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United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). (2008). Afghanistan: Social Work and Juvenile Justice 1. 6 p. Justice for Children in Afghanistan Series. The role of Social Workers in Juvenile Justice.
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United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). (2008). Afghanistan: Social Work and Juvenile Justice 2.4 p.  Double Victims: The treatment of child abuse and exploitation in the justice system.
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