ACHR: 7.3, 17, 19 ICCPR 14.4

 

Advisory Opinion 17/2002. Juridical Condition and Human Rights of the Child. Inter-American Court of Human Rights. Par. 92-99-104

 

Convention on the Rights of the Child 12.1 12.1, 37. 40

 

General Comment No. 12. The right of the child to be heard. Committee on the Rights of the Child.

 

General Comment No. 10, Children’s rights in juvenile justice, CRC/C/GC/10, April 25, 2007, Committee on Rights of the Child, par. 77

 

International Convention on the protection of the rights of all migrant workers and members of their families. General Assembly resolution No 45/158, December 18, 1990, art 18.

 

 

United Nations Guidelines for the prevention of juvenile Delinquency (Riad Guidelines). Adopted and proclaimed by the General Assembly resolution 45/112, December 14, 1990.

 

United Nations Rules for the Protection of Juveniles Deprived of their Liberty. Adapted by the General Assembly Resolution 45/113, December 14, 1990

 

United Nations Rules for the Protection of Juveniles Deprived of their Liberty. General Assembly Resolution 45/113, December 14, 1990

 

United Nations standard minimum rules for non-custodial measures (The Tokyo Rules), Adopted by the General Assembly in its resolution 45/110, December 14, 1990

 

United Nations standard minimum rules for the administration of juvenile justice. The Beijing Rules Adopted by the United Nations General Assembly resolution 40/33, November 28, 1985. Rule 5.1, 17.1

INTER-AMERICAN COURT

Case of the “Juvenile Reeducation Institute” v. Paraguay. PO, Merits, R and C. September 2, 2004. Series C No. 112. Par. 210-214

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