Partners

We strive to work with existing national and international organizations in order to leverage additional expertise and resources. Our national and international partners make our work possible.

 

GSCDLLogo JJA joined the international “Call for a Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty” along with 31 other international, regional and national juvenile justice organizations. We are asking the United Nations Secretary-General to undertake a global study on juvenile detention. JJA is dedicated to research-based reforms and we know that there is very little reliable research into juvenile detention in most countries.
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logo-reintegra Fundación Mexicana de Reintegración or REINTEGRA is dedicated to providing holistic services to teenagers in the criminal justice system, including social workers, legal representation, and therapy, with the goal of reintegrating juveniles back in the community. REINTEGRA is the national affiliate of Defense for Children International. We have various joint-projects with REINTEGRA, including the Casa Alianza Project, the Mexico City Report, the Chihuahua Project, and Día de Visita.
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Print Fundación Casa Alianza México is the national chapter of Covenant House, a network of non-profit group homes for homeless teenagers. Our joint project provides placement for homeless teenagers currently in detention awaiting trial. These teens do not represent a risk to the community, they only lack a place to call home.
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