Their Day in Court
Government Politics and Policy • 7m 34s
Life can be difficult for children living in the creative, but sometimes volatile, inner-city neighborhoods of Kingston, Jamaica. If an adolescent is a victim of a crime and has to go to court, the case could fall apart because the child is too frightened to testify. This is why development groups and the Jamaican government have created the ‘Children in Court’ program.
Director: Sean Kelly
2012 | 8 min
Canada | Jamaica
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