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Protecting Rights, Restoring Respect and Strengthening Relationships: European Model for Restorative Justice with Children and Young People


Tim Chapman, Maija Gellin, Ivo Aertsen, Monique Anderson
European Council for Juvenile Justice, International Juvenile Justice Observatory

Abstract

Volume II of the ‘European Research on Restorative Juvenile Justice’.

The European Model, which analyses good restorative practices, and key features of effectiveness, is based on the research conducted by a team of experts in the field of restorative justice. The experts also investigated the use of restorative measures through three case studies: Belgium, Finland and Northern Ireland. Tim Chapman, Course Director of the Restorative Practices Masters at the University of Ulster, coordinated the overall project. Maija Sisko Gellin, Finnish Forum for Mediation, who has extensive experience of mediation with young people both in schools and the criminal justice system, supported the practice model, in particular through knowledge of the juvenile restorative justice system in Finland. Monique Anderson, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, also supported the practice model, calling on her experiences with the juvenile restorative justice system in Belgium.

Scope

European Union

Year Language

2015 English

Category Type

Publications Research

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