Coordinator of Children and Youth publishes recommendation for Carnival

The publication deals with preventive actions, administrative and supervisory.
26/01/2016 10h50 - Updated 27/01/2016 09h34
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The magistrate Marcos Santos Maciel, which is responsible for the Court of Childhood and Youth Civil and the Coordination for Children and Youth of the Amazon Court (TJAM), this week launched the campaign “The fashion of this carnival is to report sexual violence against children and adolescents. Abuse of revelry and make a difference. Report!”.

Among the activities are the publication of Recommendation No. 001/2016, which deals with preventive actions, administrative and supervisory, to educate parents, society and the authorities about the participation of children and adolescents in carnival events, seeking to promote full protection of all.

Second or document, the magistrate recommends that within the judges of the State prohibiting, through concierge, and supervise the entry of children and adolescents unaccompanied by parents or guardians in street blocks, Carnival balls or such events.

Apply, still, wide dissemination of one of the main communication tools for receiving complaints about the violation of the rights of children and adolescents, Disk 100, free telephone answering service, it works 24 hours per day, seven days a week, through direct and toll-free, any fixed or mobile telephone terminal.

The recommendation asks the hosting prohibition of children and adolescents in vessels, unless authorized or accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, and that there is appropriate oversight by whom the judicial authority determines, not only in the days of Carnival, but also to the days prior to the date.

It also asks to be made the prohibition of alcohol to minors as provided in Article 243 the Statute of Children and Adolescents. The document was sent to all inside the sticks with a copy to the presidency of TJAM.

Source: TJAM

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