|Ensuring inclusive and child-friendly access to justice for all children in Asia
|Ha Ryong Jung (Michael)
|Legal Officer, Legal Aid of Cambodia
Voices of children and youth
|Is a boy who was recently released from a correctional facility and has shared his voice through the World Congress on the challenges he has faced and on his aspirations and desires for a better future for all children.
|Is the first child member of the National Commission on the Rights of the Child (NCRC) and an activist for child participation in his country, bringing the voices of children to the government level. He is also a member of the Child and Youth Advisory Group of the World Congress.
Are members of the Justice for Children Club at the Hanoi Law University, working towards mainstreaming discussions of child justice and children’s rights at their university and the wider communities to achieve a more child-friendly justice system.
Are members of the Street Law Project at the University of World Economy and Diplomacy, striving to provide legal empowerment to children and advocating on their behalf, in order to improve their ability to access justice.
|Has been raising awareness of the persisting social and gender inequalities that continue to hinder equal access to justice, and she has been advocating for the empowerment of girls and women.
|Has been empowering migrant youth and dismantling the stereotypes held against them by the local communities, in order to prevent discrimination and promote harmony.
|Resilient and equal access to justice for all children during times of COVID and crises
|Co-Founder and Advisor, HAQ: Centre for Child Rights
|Aung Myo Min
|Minister of Human Rights, National Unity Government of Myanmar
|Sapana Pradhan Malla
|Justice, Supreme Court of Nepal
|Rommel Alim Abitria
|Executive Director, Humanitarian Legal Assistance Foundation
|Child Protection Specialist, UNICEF Bangladesh
|Child-friendly approaches to non-discriminatory and inclusive access to justice for all children
|Thailand’s Representative to and Former Chair of the ASEAN Commission on the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Women and Children
|Syed Mansoor Ali Shah
|Justice, Supreme Court of Pakistan
|Founder, International Child Rights Center and Professor Emeritus, Sungkyunkwan University
|Farah Nini Dusuki
|Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Malaya
|Project Manager, Save the Children China
|Reflection and closing
|Chair, UN Committee on the Rights of the Child
|Strategies, Experiences, and Ways Forward in Asia for the Follow-up on the Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty
|(1) Asian members of the NGO Panel for the GSCDL (led by Legal Aid of Cambodia, Child Rights Coalition Asia, and International Child Rights Center)
|(2) Korea NGO WG on Children Deprived of Liberty
Workshops Block A
Asia Workshop A1
Asia Workshop A2
Asia Workshop A3
Workshops Block B
Asia Workshop B1
Asia Workshop B2
Asia Workshop B3
Asia Workshop B4
|Building the Next Generation of Child Justice Experts: University Curricular Approaches and Legal Empowerment of Children