Children in the World’s Prison Name Instructor Institution Course Date Children in the World’s Prison Numerous young children over the globe are imperiled by poverty domestic and community violence neglect and abuse. Lack of effective help and intervention makes these young individuals undergo struggles suffering and fall into hopelessness and despair. According to the researchers some young children may not manage their psychological social and emotional challenges of adolescence and ultimately gets involved in violent and destructive behavior. Miserably numerous states across the globe have disregarded the dysfunction and crisis that forms child delinquency and instead have imperiled kids to additional abuse and persecution in the adult criminal justice system. Over numerous countries including America a large number of children have been passed to judgment as adults and sent to adult custodial. Surprisingly eight-year-old individuals have been put on trial as adults. According to some interveners such as Eji hardship which is linked to lower levels of mental wellness physical well-being social associations and lower life expectancy. There are numerous things based on child abuse but not everyone is certain about children born in prison. Instances of children born in prison are prevalent and happen extensively in poor and conflict-ridden nations. For instance in Afghanistan there are approximately more than 1000 women who gave birth while in prison based on the fact that some of them were put in custodial while pregnant whereas others were raped in the custodial by the guards or protectors. Some children pay harshly for their life. They open their eyes in prison which violates human rights. It is an injustice for the child to be born in prison. The circumstance of the concerned individuals is pathetic and their parents cannot take care them properly since they may even end up lacking good education. [...]
The paper is to be about children in prisons around the world. It's to cover their sentencing, the years they spend in prison and how they adapt upon release (if released.) It is also to cover children who are in prison due to birth parents being there (certain countries have a rule that a mother can keep the child until they're 18) I would like for the paper to include the mentality of the children who are put through this also and to take a view on how the children develop, or lack development in certain fields, and just general mental health.