Refugee Children in Conflict With the Law in Bethlehem

Through interviews, focus groups, a literature review, and questionnaires, this report strives to provide a detailed picture of the status of refugee children in conflict with the law in the Bethlehem Governorate.

The research questions driving this study are:

  1. Is the right of refugee children to legal assistance respected in the Bethlehem Governorate?
  2. What is the perspective of the refugee children in conflict with the law with regard to the services provided to them?
  3. What are the legal needs of the refugee children in conflict with the law in the Bethlehem Governorate?
  4. What psychological, social, and educational services are provided to refugee children in conflict with the law? How are these services evaluated?
  5. Are any rehabilitation programmes operating for refugee children in conflict with the law? If so, how effective are they? How do the children themselves experience these programmes?
Published 2015-05-18

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