12/06/2014Welcome to our three new Board members

Karolien Marien from Belgium, Roberto Moreno from Spain and Aarne Kinnunen from Finland.

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12/06/2014Developing Restorative Approaches in Schools and other Educational Settings

The EFRJ is happy to invite you to this fringe meeting chaired by Belinda Hopkins during the 8th international conference of the EFRJ in Belfast!

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11/06/2014Board Elections

The EFRJ is happy to announce its 6 candidates: 3 of them will be elected during the Annual General Meeting in Belfast on June 11, at 5pm.

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10/06/2014Press release – EFRJ conference Belfast 2014

Beyond crime
8th International Conference of the European Forum for Restorative Justice starts 11 June 2014 in Belfast

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22/05/2014Training in Belgium – Accessibility and Initiation project

The fifth training of the “Accessibility and Initiation for Restorative Justice” project took place in Leuven on 14-15 May, 2014.

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19/05/2014WORKSHOP ON: The relationship between therapy and RJ in cases of sexual violence

25-26 September 2014, Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law in Freiburg.

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19/05/2014Desistance and RJ: workshop in Leuven

On 24 April 2014 28 practitioners, policymakers and researchers were welcomed by our partners Ivo Aertsen (KU Leuven, Belgium), Antonio Buonatesta (Médiante, Belgium) at the Catholic University of Leuven ( KU Leuven).

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02/05/2014CJPE International Seminar

Criminal Justice Platform Europe
International Seminar
13th May 2014 Barcelona

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08/04/2014Judicial training in Belfast, Northern Ireland (April 2014)

On April 1, 2014, 22 prosecutors attended the training on “Raising awareness on RJ”, organised in the framework of the EC funded project “Developing judicial training in restorative justice: Towards a European approach”.

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07/04/2014Desistance project workshop in Austria discussed new perspectives of RJ for serious cases

On 3 April 2014 our partners Veronika Hofinger and Walter Hammerschick (IRKS) welcomed almost 30 mediators, delegates from the Ministry of Justice, academics, prosecutors and judges at the Austrian Ministry of Justice in Vienna. Together with four invited experts, the participants commented in a one day workshop the preliminary results of the Desistance and RJ project. Based on these outcomes, a discussion was launched on the possibilities of extension of the diversionary mediation practice in Austria to more serious cases and to post-sentence mediation.

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