Wednesday, April 9, 2008

  • He could have pulled the trigger on them but he would not be any different from those child criminals who killed his brother. Instead, Ray Salvosa utilized much of his time and resources to change the way society thinks about juvenile delinquents. Ray has been appointed to serve as a member of the Juvenile Justice & Welfare Council which has been tasked to oversee the implementation of the Juvenile Justice & Child Welfare Act (RA9344) of 2006. He has lectured extensively on juvenile justice, child abuse issues, restorative justice and community policing in varous conferences and symposiums in the Philippines as well as in international conferences in Japan, the United States, Ireland, Canada, Estonia, Germany, Finland, Scotland and India. In November 2004, he was invited by UNICEF New York to participate in a forum to develop juvenile justice indicators. This, what we could consider passion of his, stemmed from that very traumatic and harrowing experience, which could otherwise have been an issue of vengeance, but instead had become a mission for the greater good.   (598)

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