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Roadmap UNODC on Treatment of Children Associated with Terrorist and Extremist Groups

NEW YORK, 12 JUNE – The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) launched a Roadmap on the Treatment of Children Associated with Terrorist and Violent Extremist Groups at UN Headquarters in New York.
Reflecting four years of UNODC’s technical assistance work around the world, the Roadmap contains condensed guidance regarding three interconnected areas of work: prevention, rehabilitation and reintegration, and justice for children in the context of counter-terrorism.
The Roadmap is based on the UNODC training package on this topic, composed of the UNODC Handbook on The Roadmap seeks above all to highlight a coherent system-wide approach based on combining effective prevention of, and responses to, violence perpetrated against children, while at the same time protecting society from the threats associated with terrorism and violent extremism, such as the current wave of returning foreign terrorist fighters.

Maria Novella Topi
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Maria Novella Topi è stata a lungo capo servizio della Redazione Esteri dell'Ansa. Tra le sue missioni l'Albania (di cui ha seguito per l'agenzia la caduta del comunismo e le successive rivolte), l'Iraq e la Libia. Ha lavorato per lunghi periodi nell'ufficio di corrispondenza di Parigi. Collabora da Roma a OnuItalia.

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