In his upcoming publication entitled "Juvenile Justice from the Perspective of International Human Rights," Brian Safran argues that criminal justice responses to juvenile delinquency are a testament to our failure as a global society to provide for the proper development of young people. His paper provides a brief overview of the significant body of international agreements to which states have acceded, and posits arguments on both sides of the debate as to whether juvenile protections should be strengthened or curtailed. His paper, initially written for a Human Rights course at New York University, has been chosen for publication by the Cardozo Law Review de•novo of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and is scheduled for release later this year. Safran holds a Master of Science degree in Global Affairs from New York University.
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