I don't often post about the non-profit I run called Youth Courts International; however, I think I can make an exception.Through Youth Courts International and thanks to the Oregon Review of International Law, we have our first academic publication on the use of youth courts in the context of of international law. The first of its type, if I'm not mistaken. Specifically, the paper (see below) makes the case that youth courts are a diversion program that if run well can meet the standards set by the Convention on the Rights of the Child. If it's at all an interest to you, please let me know what you think. If you don't even look at it, I wont be offended.
Further, now that I am back in the States, this website will move to a monthly update--instead of the weekly updates you've grown used to. Once life is a little more stable, I hope to have enough creative energy to do something bimonthly, but we shall see. As always, thank you for coming around and reading some stuff. Please don't forget to leave any feedback you may have.