Training on RJ & Child Victims

The International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO), in partnership with KU Leuven and the EFRJ organized a training session on Restorative Justice, with a special attention on child victims, on 8-9 November 2017 in Leuven (Belgium). More info here.

Please click on the links below to download the presentations of the different experts that contributed to this training:

(1) Brunilda Pali – Introduction (RJ definitions, regulations and organisational Models) – 081117
(2) Inge Vanfraechem – Implementation Conferencing Case study Belgium -081117
(3) Ivo Aertsen – Implementation Mediation Case study Belgium – 081117
(4) Panel session – Theme 1 Legislation – facilitated by Edit Törzs – 081117
(5) Tim Chapman – Introduction to RJ practices (mediation, conferencing, circles) – 091117
(6) Hugh Campbell – Key theories of childhood to the experience of being a victim of harm – 091117
(7) – Hugh Campbell – Training (models, standards) – 091117
(8) – Edit Törzs – Training (models, standards) – 091117

This training took place in the framework of the IJJO led project ‘Implementing Restorative Justice with Child Victims‘, co-funded by the DAPHNE programme of the European Union. More info on this project will follow!