Dui Hua Holds Juvenile Justice Program with Supreme People’s Court in Shenzhen

2017 China-US Juvenile Trial System Reform Seminar: Dui Hua held its fifth juvenile justice exchange with China’s Supreme People’s Court on the reform of the juvenile trial system. The exchange was held on November 8-9 and was attended by over forty Chinese participants, including representatives from the Office of Juvenile Trials under the Supreme People’s Court’s Research Department and juvenile judges from courts across fifteen provinces in China.

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International Symposium on the Bangkok Rules

2014 Women in Prison: An International Symposium on the Bangkok Rules: Dui Hua brought together diverse stakeholders from various criminal justice systems to promote the implementation of the UN Rules for the Treatment of Women Prisoners and Non-Custodial Measures for Women Offenders (the “Bangkok Rules”). Through partnerships with Renmin University, University of Hong Kong, and Penal Reform International, the symposium disseminated original research on women incarcerated in China and around the world.

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Dui Hua, China’s Supreme Court Hold 4th Juvenile Justice Exchange

2014 Juvenile Justice Expert Exchange: More than 40 judges from juvenile courts in 12 Chinese provinces and municipalities attended the Beijing seminar on records sealing and visited Beijing’s Haidian District Juvenile Court.

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Dui Hua Hosts Third Juvenile Justice Expert Exchange with China

2012 Juvenile Justice Expert Exchange: Seven judges and experts from the Supreme People’s Court and provincial courts spent one week in the Bay Area immersed in the juvenile justice systems of San Mateo, San Francisco, and Santa Clara. Chinese judges observed a juvenile trial, toured juvenile detention facilities, and participated in seminars and roundtables with academics and experts.

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Juvenile Justice Delegation to China Builds on Cooperative Area for Dialogue

2010 Juvenile Justice Expert Exchange: By invitation of the Supreme People’s Court, Dui Hua organized a US delegation to observe China’s juvenile justice system and toured juvenile facilities in Beijing and Qingdao. US and Chinese experts made presentations and held mock trials to present their views on the juvenile justice system.

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Dui Hua Hosts Juvenile Justice Delegation from China

2008 Exchange Programs with Chinese officials: With the support of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Dui Hua hosted the first-ever delegation from China's Supreme People's Court to study juvenile justice in the United States in October 2008. The program involved six judges from the Supreme People's Court, the Political-Legal Institute under the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, the Beijing High People's Court, and the Qingdao Intermediate People's Court, and was led by Senior Judge Hu Weixin.

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