An article on the potentials of RJ for desistance, social justice and peacebuilding has been published on 31 October 2014 on the academic journal Panopticon (in Dutch only). The article is a reflection of the 8th International Conference held by the EFRJ in Belfast on 11-14 June 2014.
One of the EFRJ project officers working on the Alternative project will attend the conference “Restorative Justice in Policing Ethnic Minorities”, organized within the framework of the COREPOL project (Brussels, December 4, 2014).
One of the funding members of the EFRJ, Prof. Ivo Aertsen, attended the meeting with Pope Francis in the Vatican on behalf of the World Society of Victimology.
A study visit for the members of the Working Group on the draft law on mediation of the Republic of Tajikistan to Leuven and Brussels will take place on 18-21 October 2014. The delegation will visit the European Forum for Restorative Justice too. http://www.venice.coe.int/webforms/events/?id=1921
Our vice-chair, Annemieke Wolthuis, represented the EFRJ in India during the Conference of the Indian Society of Victimology.
Barcelona, 20-21 November: International conference on an innovative method of post-release monitoring of sex offenders
The CJP will organize an international seminar with experts and policy makers in Brussels, on September 18, 2014, on the latest evidence for effectively work with victims and offenders.
Two of the EU-funded projects coordinated by the EFRJ just finished! Thanks to everyone who contributed to the success of these projects!
Until new events are coming up, check the video made during the 8th International Conference of the EFRJ in Belfast in June 2014.
Christa Pelikan (Austria) received the 3rd European RJ Award during the conference dinner in Belfast on June 13, 2014.