A great tool for you to monitor the UN Human Rights Council

Friday, 03 April 2015

We all agree that good governance goes along with transparency, don't we?

Indeed, good governments aren't afraid to share what they are doing and knowing that they are scrutinized motivates other governments to take the right actions!

Human Rights Watch (www.hrw.org) took the initiative of developing and making available a web site called Votes Count that gives you access to the positions taken by each Member State of the UN Human Rights Council on every resolution (Full disclosure: Marie and Gilles are advisors to the HRW Children's Rights Division).

This will give you a means of assessing how your government deals with these important issues so as to be able to take action (as in: vote, advocacy, etc.) if or when appropriate!

We strongly encourage you to take advantage of this great new tool, query whatever topic is of interest for you and discover what position was taken by which country on every resolution related to this topic.

Congratulations HRW, great work!

Visit to Brazil: Assessment of the RENAPSI project

Monday, 23 February 2015

Gilles and Marie went to Brazil to visit RENAPSI (Rede Nacional de Aprendizagem, Promoção Social e Integração), and assess the project supported by the fondation. This project aims at providing young people with apprenticeship opportunities.

In Brasilia (the head office) and in the newly opened facilities in São Paulo, they met with many students who explained how RENAPSI ensures that they continue their education while getting training and experience in the industry or the administration.

World Congress on Juvenile Justice 2015

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

The Fondation Tutator will participate and present its Kaikaia platform during the World Congress on Juvenile Justice in Geneva during the week of January 26 to 30. Click here for a detailed program of the congress.

South American Conference on Juvenile Justice

Sunday, 02 March 2014

Gilles and Marie presented Kaikaia and our methodology at the South American Conference on Juvenile Justice co-organized by Tdh and UNODC in Medellín, Colombia. Their presentation generated a high level of interest and several attendees approached them after the presentation to ask further questions and establish contact. Follow-up is now under way, in Bolivia in particular.

Kaikaia-JJR Nicaragua Operational

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

As of September 5th, Kaikaia is now fully operational in Managua's OVESPA (Oficina de Vigilancia y de Ejecución de las Sanciones Penales de los Adolescentes, the team in charge of the management and follow-up of individual cases). The members of this team have given us feedback on how much more effective they are with administrative tasks, which allows them to spend more time in the field.

Almost Ready for Full Deployment in Nicaragua

Saturday, 11 February 2012

February '11: Kaikaia-JJR Nicaragua is almost ready for full deployment!
We are nearing completion on the development of the production version of Kaikaia-JJR. Our technical teams are busy testing it in all possible scenarios to detect all the potential problems and fix them.

First Deployment in Nicaragua

Sunday, 10 April 2011

April '10: Our first deployment of a Kaikaia instance
The prototype version of Kaikaia-JJR Nica is ready! We are now deploying it in no less than 5 Juzgados ( Jurisdictions) in Nicaragua: Bluefields, Carazo, Granada, Managua (one of the two), and Masaya.
This will be an excellent opportunity to fix the remaining bugs, iron out the kinks and start getting the users' first impressions of this new tool. It will also help us find out how the tool is viewed and accepted by the actors on the scene.