|Street children and the juvenile justice system|
|Detail:|| Across the globe, children who live and work on the streets are|
particularly vulnerable to human rights violations in juvenile justice
systems. Not only are they more likely to have contact with the police
and the courts, but they are also less able to defend themselves from
abuse. Experiences reported by children go against rights specified in
the UN Convention on the Rights of the child.
Source: id21 Economy and Society