Pledge to reform delinquent juveniles behavior, reintegrate them in society

‘Faith, family bonds, patriotism pivotal strategies’

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KUWAIT CITY, March 23: Abdulaziz Sari, Acting Undersecretary of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Assistant Undersecretary for the Social Welfare Sector, reaffirmed the ministry’s commitment to reforming the behavior of juvenile delinquents and reintegrating them into society using internationally recognized methods and standards, reports Al-Jarida daily. This declaration was made during a group breakfast organized by the Juvenile Welfare Department in collaboration with Al-Kandara Mabaret for delinquent juveniles and their families at the Social Evaluation House. Sari emphasized the importance of instilling religious faith, patriotism, and strengthening family bonds as pivotal strategies for behavior modification among juvenile delinquents. He underscored the significance of nurturing respect for the family unit, citing family disintegration as a primary factor contributing to juvenile delinquency.

Dr. Jassim Al-Kandari, Director of the Juvenile Welfare Department, outlined the department’s strategic goals, with behavior modification for delinquent juveniles and reconciliation within fractured families being paramount. He highlighted the technical work plan executed by social and psychological professionals from the national workforce, yielding positive outcomes on psychological and social fronts for delinquent juveniles. During Ramadan, the department intensifies efforts to cultivate religious consciousness among juvenile offenders, emphasizing the importance of honoring parents as a cornerstone of moral development.

Al-Kandari expressed gratitude to Al- Kandara House for their humanitarian support and collaboration in organizing group breakfasts with the families of juvenile inmates, fostering familial bonds and encouraging juveniles to honor their parents. The Ministry of Social Affairs remains committed to its mission of rehabilitating juvenile delinquents and promoting social cohesion within families, guided by principles of compassion and respect for human dignity.

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