Keyword index

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Keyword index

Alphabetical clickable index of keywords and synonyms/antonyms of the Justice Thesaurus. Every keyword gives result.

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You searched for web pages: "Minority"

Identifying 18 to 23-year-olds who were sentenced under juvenile criminal law

The so-called ‘Adolescentenstrafrecht’ came into effect on 1 April 2014. The ‘Adoles-centenstrafrecht’ expands the...

Research with publication | 02-11-2016

The ‘adolescentenstrafrecht’ (Criminal law applicable to young adults)

policy theory reconstruction and an empirical exploration were carried out in this study, which in evaluation studies is...

Research with publication | 02-11-2016

Supervision of the administration of minors’ assets by parents and guardians

The main topic of this study is the supervision of the administration of minors’ assets by parents and guardians. It also...

Research with publication | 29-08-2016

Overhaul of the Dutch sexual offences?

The leading question in this study is whether the state of the Title on sexual offences in terms of consistency, complexity...

Research with publication | 01-03-2016

Prostitution in the Netherlands 2014

The goal of this report is to offer insight into the current state of affairs with respect to prostitution in the Netherlands...

Research with publication | 14-04-2015

Nature and extent of non-legal prostitution in 2014

In accordance with the assignment, the following four forms of non-legal prostitution are distinguished in this study:...

Research with publication | 14-04-2015

Evaluation of the requirement for the presence of the parents in juvenile court

The 'Act strengthening the position of the victim' came into effect in its entirety on 1 January 2011. One component of this...

Research with publication | 19-03-2012

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