Juvenile Justice Reform in Lebanon: Independent evaluation report

In order to help its efforts for a comprehensive reform of its juvenile justice system, the Lebanese Government asked the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) for technical assistance aimed at supporting national efforts to bring legal provisions in line with the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the United Nations Standards and Norms in juvenile justice. From this request, two succeeding projects have been implemented. The first project (LEB/98/R72), entitled “Strengthening legislative and institutional capacity for juvenile justice”, was launched in January 1999 and completed in June 2002. It was followed by a second project (LEB/02/R30), entitled “Support to the juvenile justice system in Lebanon”, which covered the period December 2002 to June 2005.

The findings presented in this report discuss if and how the immediate objectives of the projects have either been achieved or not and how these contribute to the attainment of the overall goal of the projects. The report also indicates the extent to which and how the planned results are achieved within the planned time frame and within the resources available to the projects. 

Published 2018-07-27

Document Information

Publication year
2005
Country
Lebanon
Content Type
Evaluations

Document Information

Publication year
2005
Country
Lebanon
Content Type
Evaluations