This month the third Children’s Rights Monitor has been published. The analysis shows that the best interests of the child are not always taken into account as a primary consideration in decisions taken by the Dutch government that affect children.
In the USA and the Netherlands several organizations work on the improvement of forensic sciences. Development of codes, guidelines and protocols is part of their mission. Do Dutch crime scene investigators think (further) standardization is a good thing?
How about the making of and the results of the first Dutch children’s rights monitor? Read more about the monitor in this blog. Find out if a research project like this results in more than raising awareness about the (non-)compliance of children’s rights.