Tina Alexander provides strong advocacy for making court proceedings less traumatizing for Juveniles
Meanwhile, Tina Alexander is strong advocating that court proceedings must be made less traumatizing for Juveniles and the victims. She says Psychotherapeutic solutions are needed to help children, as well as the parents of the children, if they are unable to cope with their adolescence.
Alexander made reference to the Youth Quake group in Dominica, which is trying their best to provide care for youth at risk, but she says that is far from enough, therefore something different is needed.
Reports confirm that as part of the OECS Juvenile Justice reform Project, which is funded by US Aid and the OECS, Dominica will soon approve legislation on a ‘Child Justice Bill’.
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