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Observance of the Fourth Juvenile Justice and Welfare Consciousness Week

DepEd Memorandum No. 122, s. 2015

Pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 489 dated October 12, 2012 entitled Declaring the Fourth Week (4th) of October as the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Consciousness Week, the Department of Education (DepEd) will celebrate the Observance of the Fourth Juvenile Justice and Welfare Consciousness Week with the theme “Bata ay Gabayan, Batas sa Juvenile Justice Bigyang Daan from October 18 to 24, 2015.

The Observance aims to mainstream the awareness and consciousness of the duties and responsibilities of the school provided under DepEd Order No. 18, s. 2015 entitled DepEd Guidelines and Procedures on the Management of Children-at-Risk (CAR) and Children in Conflict With the Law (CICL).

Public schools in both elementary and secondary levels are encouraged to participate in the week-long observance through the following:

a. hanging of official streamer/banner following the design and specifications;
b. posting in a conspicuous place within the school the list of available informal and nonformal modesof education of CAR and former CICL which are provided in DepEd Order No. 17, s.2015 entitled Guidelines on Abot-Alam Program which include, but are not limited to:

i. Alternative Learning System (ALS);
ii. Alternative Delivery Modes (ADM);
iii. Accreditation and Equivalency Program (A&E);
iv. Basic Literacy Program (BLP); and
v. Information Education (InfEd).

c. Conduct of seminar-workshop on Restorative Justice Approaches and Strategies; and
d. Conduct of information dissemination of the DepEd Guidelines and Procedures on the Management of CAR and CICL (DepEd Order No. 18, s. 2015).

Fourth Juvenile Justice and Welfare Consciousness Week

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