Based on the European Review of Practices and Gaps in Legal Aid Systems for Children, the partner organizations in the CLEAR-Rights project would like to recommend for review and, if necessary, for improvement the criteria that a lawyer should comply with for accreditation to provide legal assistance to children in conflict with the law. This aims to contribute to this process of review and improvement, and contains a set of recommendations about what the minimum accreditation criteria should be in the key areas of education, certification or license, values, work experience, and continuous training.

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