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Launch of project findings on RJ in road traffic offences
18 November is the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, but it is also the first day of the international RJ Week 2018. Social media campaigns: #WDoR2018 #rjweek
In order to combine efforts to raise awareness about RJ and the needs of victims of road traffic offences, the partners of the EU funded project “Victims of road traffic offences” (2016-2018) launch today the manual and report, part of the findings of this 2 years work. Click on the links below to download them:
- Manual restorative justice in road traffic offences
- Report Restorative Practices in Road Traffic Offences in Europe
Also produced within the framework of this project, the Flemish RJ service Moderator, organisational member of the EFRJ, launches today two digital stories on the experiences of two people brought together by a road traffic offence, Martijn and Annick. Below you can find their stories, in Dutch with English subtitles:
- Annick and Martijn – a testimony of restorative justice (Annick) – if you wish to watch it in Dutch without subtitles click here
- Annick and Martijn – a testimony of restorative justice (Martijn) – if you wish to watch it in Dutch without subtitles click here
The project partners are: Rondpunt (Flemish support service for people involved in road traffic offences), Moderator (Flemish RJ service), KU Leuven (LINC Institute of Criminology), EFRJ, Victim Support Europe and FEVR (European Federation of Road Traffic Victims).