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Asia and the Pacific: India

  • Organization: UNWOMEN - United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women
  • Location: Asia and the Pacific: India
  • Grade: Level not specified - Level not specified
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Fisheries
    • Civil Society and Local governance
    • Population matters (trends and census)
  • Closing Date: Closed

Application has to be submitted on            “pdf format only”
Position: Consultant – Support Technical & Coordination JJC, Cuttack, Odisha     
Employing Agency (Employer): Inductus Limited
Duration of the contract:  01-Jul-2024 to 31-May-2025
Remuneration: Gross compensation budgeted for the position is attractive. Please note that the offer made to the selected candidate shall be commensurate with qualifications, experience, and salary history. (Current and Expected professional fee to be quoted on portal)
No. of Vacancy: 1 (ONE)
Duty Station: Cuttack, Odisha
 Reporting Line:
1.Administrative Supervision- Inductus Limited
2.Technical Supervisors: (1) Secy JJ Committee
                                      (2) Director – OJA
                                      (3) Child Protection Specialist
Last Date for Application: 13th July 2024 (Mid Night)
Application has to be submitted on: will not be considered by any other means)
Juvenile Justice is a legal model that defines justice for juveniles under the Indian Legal System. This system provides special treatment and protection to children in conflict with the law. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) is the most essential legal instrument and foundation of juvenile justice law in India, setting strict standards to ensure the 'best interest of the child'. To protect and promote the rights of children in conflict with the law and those in need of care and protection, the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015, has been enacted as comprehensive legislation.
The origin of the Juvenile Justice Committees of the Supreme Court and the High Courts can be traced back to the resolutions passed by the Chief Justices’ Conference from 2006 to 2016. The Chief Justices’ Conference of 2013 specifically resolved to establish the Secretariat of the Juvenile Justice Committee in all High Courts to monitor the implementation of the provisions of the Act in their true spirit, following the example set by the Delhi High Court under the JJ Act of 2000.

“Applicants may download the TOR for details of education, experience, expertise etc” 

This vacancy is now closed.