The United Nations Interagency Panel on Juvenile Justice (IPJJ) is a coordination panel on technical advice and assistance in juvenile justice composed of 13 United Nations agencies and non-governmental organisations actively involved in juvenile justice. It was established following the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Resolution 1997/30. To learn more about the IPJJ, click here.
The Panel was created to provide technical assistance in juvenile justice and functions as a platform for the exchange of information and expertise at the national, regional and international level. If you have any questions relating to juvenile justice or need technical assistance, please contact us here.
This website is designed to make tools and resources available in the area of justice for children.