CONSTITUTION

The constitution of the European Forum for Restorative Justice was adopted on December 8, 2000 in Leuven (Belgium). It lays down the aims, objectives, activities and principles of functioning of the organisation, and governs the division of work between the different bodies of the organisation. 

European Forum for Restorative Justice constitution

MEMORANDUM

The constitution of the European Forum for Restorative Justice (EFRJ) is accompanied by a memorandum. This text describes restorative justice and its development and explains the reasons why the EFRJ has become an official organisation. The memorandum is not part of the constitution and therefore has no legal status. 

European Forum for Restorative Justice memorandum

CODE OF INTERNAL REGULATIONS

From time to time, there is a need to adopt internal regulations in order to govern the organisation. These internal regulations are being codified in a Code of Internal Regulations

European Forum for restorative Justice Code of Internal Regulations

ANNEX TO CODE OF INTERNAL REGULATIONS

There is also an annex to the Code of Internal Regulations, dealing with the selection, nomination and election of candidates to the Board

Annex of European Forum for Restorative Justice Code of Internal Regulations

Annual reports

Here you can find the European Forum for Restorative Justice annual reports

EFRJ annual report 2018

EFRJ annual report 2017

EFRJ annual report 2016

EFRJ annual report 2015

EFRJ anual report 2014

EFRJ annual report 2013

EFRJ annual report 2012

EFRJ annual report 2011

EFRJ annual report 2010

EFRJ annual report 2009

EFRJ annual report 2008

EFRJ annual report 2007

EFRJ annual report 2006

EFRJ annual report 2005

EFRJ annual report 2004

EFRJ annual report 2003

EFRJ annual report 2002

EFRJ annual report 2001