On this special year we wish to invite our members to actively take part in one or more new Working Groups we are about to launch. Please read the details below and -if you are interested- submit your application form before 7 September.
The European Commission published its Report on the implementation of the Victim’s Rights Directive (2012/29/EU) in the Member States,. The document is a cornerstone of the EU victims’ rights policy and it is also the first binding EU legislation on restorative justice.
We have invited for a short interview Ms Jee Aei (Jamie) Lee, Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer of the Justice Section of the UNODC, who was the key coordinator of the new edition of the UNODC Handbook on Restorative Justice Programmes.
The EFRJ Board and Secretariat, in close collaboration with the local organising team from Sassari University, and after consulting the representative of the Justice Programme of the European Commission, have decided to postpone the 11th international EFRJ conference to the end of June 2021. We wish to honour the work done until now by the Team delle Pratiche di Giustizia Ristorativa in Sassari University and give you all the opportunity to join this event next year.