Global Programs


Global Youth Justice Movement

5 Continents

Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, and South America

The Global Youth Justice Movement includes 1,800+ youth/teen/student/peer court and peer jury diversion programs on 5 continents to include Africa, Europe, South America, Asia — and North America, where it began about 25 years ago (1993-2018).

The scaleable and volunteer-driven Global Youth Justice Movement is a “text-book” example of a grass-roots local to global movement driven by justice volunteers, to include youth and adults.  In the past 10 years, albeit primarily the past 5 years, the Global Youth Justice Movement has spread to 10+ Countries on 5 continents.






Lancashire, England, UK, Europe

Photo: England launches 1st Peer Court in Europe in 2008, and More Established.

Global Youth Justice CEO Scott Peterson w/Europe’s 1st Peer Court volunteers in England.

New Eastleigh Peer Court:

New Hampshire Peer Court:

The Netherlands, Europe


Trinidad and Tobago, South America, 2017

1st Youth Court Diversion Program now in 2 Locations


Philippines, Asia

1st Student Court, Baguio City, Philippines


Germany, Europe

Teen Court Expands in Germany to 10+ Locations


South Korea, Asia


Bangladesh, Asia, 2017

Stellenbosch, South Africa, Africa, 2014

1st Student Court in South Africa,


EastLeigh Peer Court, England, Europe

Another Peer Court in England, 2018

Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa, Africa, 2016


Japan, Asia


North America Highlights

General Assembly

United Nations, New York City, USA

UNICEF Special Session on Global Youth Justice Movement

Global Youth Justice CEO Scott Peterson with 2 Volunteer Youth.


Global Youth Justice Global Goals for 2030


Global Youth Justice, Inc.