Very often, when it comes to child crime victims, there are cases in which they are approached with insufficient attention and contrary to their interests. Children's rights must be effectively enforced to protect their best interests.
For each individual case, where children's rights are violated, they must be approached individually and according to their individual needs. These needs must be identified for each child and ascertain which rights are violated. This, together with the need for support from relatives and the provision of adequate assistance by specialists in the field of child justice, is of fundamental importance for the establishment of a child-friendly system.
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