France

Law of 1945

The Law of 1945 came to be under the presidency of General de Gaulle at the end of WWII.

The law clearly establishes the principle of the primacy of education over the repressive criminal justice system for minors under the age of 18 and defines the competence of juvenile judges both in criminal matters in order to propose alternatives to incarceration but also in civil matters for the protection of minors in danger.

Legifrance

Meeting with Melvin

Melvin is a minor placed by the Judicial Protection of (...)

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The stages of the restoration of LO GAUDI

Jeremy is a marine carpenter. He explains in detail all (...)

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Presentation of the Paulilles Boat Workshop

Samuel Villevieille is the director of the Atelier des (...)

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Presentation of the Reinforced Educational Center (CER) of Port-Vendres.

A CER is a reception facility for minors subject to (...)

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The role of National Education at the CER of Port-Vendres.

In order to get these juveniles placed in CER out of (...)

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Restoring an old sailing ship to encourage juvenilles placed in the Reinforced Educational Center

The Colas Life project: Restoring an old sailing ship (...)

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Presentation of ADPEP66

The ADPEP66 was created in 1917 to help orphans and war (...)

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