This special issue of the journal Today's Children are Tomorrow's Parents explores the issue of children deprived of liberty, or the detention of children, around the globe from the perspective of experts from various disciplines.
The contents of the special issue appear as follows:
- A global study on children deprived of liberty - Creating an international priority - Anna D. Tomasi
- Children deprived of their liberty in the migration context in Europe. The role of the legal approach - Snejana Sulima
- The treatment of children detained by United States immigration authorities and the consequences and challenges - Andrea F Chavarria
- Children of prisoners: The hidden face of the deprivation of a parent's liberty - Hannah Lynn, Céline Droz, and Viviane Schekter
- Children deprived of their liberty: An obsession for the CRC Committee - Jean Zermatten
- Right to information: Towards an effective legal position for children deprived of liberty - Stephanie Rap and Ton Liefaard
- Imagining hybridity to achieve restorative justice for children: A Palestinian case study - Kristen Hope
- Desistance approaches in working with children deprived of their liberty - Rachel Horan
- The recidivism of juveniles convicted of homicide and released as adults - Frank DiCataldo et al.