BZU- DCI Honors Student Winners of “Child Justice” Research Competition

The Faculty of Law and Public Administration at Birzeit University, and the Defense for Children International-Palestine honored the students who won the Research Student Competition on “Child Justice”.

Students Haneen Matar, Yasmin Khamis and Doa’ Rajab earned the first three places in the competition. Matar received the first prize for her research on “Protecting Palestinian Juveniles in Israeli Prisons under International Standards”. The second prize was given to the student Khamis for her research on “Legal Protection for Juvenile Delinquents: a Comparative Study”. Student Rajab received the third prize for her research in “Crimes of Human Trafficking: Child Labor in Palestine as a Case Study.”

The Dean of the Faculty Yaser Amouri said that such activities aim to showcase excellence in scholarly research and creative activity conducted by our students.

The General Director of DCI-Palestine Khaled Quzmar talked about the positive outcomes that partnerships with the academic institutions can produce and their contributions in building communities of knowledge full of the spirit of justice.

The workshop was part of the ongoing cooperation between the Faculty of Law and Public Administration and DCI for exchanging expertise in the field of juvenile protection.