BlackLivesMatter: Nueve Nombres y Tres Vídeos Virales para Entender por qué EEUU Está tan Enfadado

INTERNACIONAL MARÍA SÁNCHEZ DÍEZ | November 12, 2014 #BlackLivesMatter: nueve nombres y tres vídeos virales para entender por qué EEUU está tan enfadado * Las grabaciones y el 'efecto acumulación', factores clave * Los disturbios de Ferguson son uno de los temas más comentados del año en Facebook y Twitter * En EEUU es 21 … Continue reading BlackLivesMatter: Nueve Nombres y Tres Vídeos Virales para Entender por qué EEUU Está tan Enfadado

Daily Mail

Was mom punched outside dance studio in broad daylight latest victim of sinister 'knockout game'?" Alexandra Klausner January 9, 2014 One mother from Los Gatos, California was brutally punched outside of a dance studio in what may have been the sinister 'knockout game' occurring around the United States. Witnesses heard screams outside the studio on … Continue reading Daily Mail

In U.S., ‘Knockout Game’ Turns Deadly

Colleen Long, Associated Press Toronto Star Thursday, November 21, 2013 Police investigate violent game called “knockout,” where goal is to target unsuspecting pedestrians and knock them unconscious with one punch NEW YORK—Police in New York, Washington and Jersey City are investigating whether recent random attacks on pedestrians are part of a violent game called “knockout,” … Continue reading In U.S., ‘Knockout Game’ Turns Deadly

It was not so Different

by Edward Grace, September 6, 2011 English Translation by Nancy Wendel Americans are naturally fascinated with the explosion of crack cocaine consumption in Brazil, where the number of users is near 600,000, according to the Brazilian Federal Government. The end of the 80’s crack epidemic left scars in the United States and the increase of … Continue reading It was not so Different

Children Should not be Jailed, says Report

May 17, 2007 Youth Justice The age of criminal responsibility for British children should be raised from ten to as high as 18, a report said today. The document from the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies (CCJS) also suggested children should no longer be sent to prison. It features a collection of essays from … Continue reading Children Should not be Jailed, says Report

Youthful Idea to Solve an Old Problem

Beth Pearson, November 02, 2005 Peer pressure has a bad name. It's the first port of call for anyone looking for an explanation of why young people smoke, have sex, try drugs and wear clothes that don't suit them. That said, it's nothing short of a remarkable failure in logic that if peer pressure can … Continue reading Youthful Idea to Solve an Old Problem

Le juge et l’enfant

Nelly Jouan | 12 Mars 2001 En Floride, un adolescent de quatorze ans a été jugé comme un adulte et condamné à la prison à vie sans possibilité de remise de peine pour avoir, deux ans auparavant, accidentellement tué sa camarade de jeux de six ans en tentant d'imiter les catcheurs professionnels. Selon les experts, … Continue reading Le juge et l’enfant

The Economist

Lights Out - Crime Prevention Print Edition September 16, 1999 | Washington, D.C. MENTION youth and crime in America these days, and people think of massacres like the one at Columbine High School in Colorado four months ago. The reaction is understandable. Predictably, parents have been pushing for tighter gun-control laws. On September 11th, President … Continue reading The Economist

Face aux Gangs d’Adolescents, les Etats-Unis Misent sur la Police de Proximité

by PATRICE DE BEER | 29 Janvier 1999 Article paru dans l'édition du 29.01.99 Selon une enquête effectuée dans onze villes américaines, 9 % des enfants de treize ans sont membres d'un gang et 17 % en ont fait partie. Ces statistiques du bureau de la justice pour enfants et de la prévention de la … Continue reading Face aux Gangs d’Adolescents, les Etats-Unis Misent sur la Police de Proximité