Partners: Verwey Jonker InstitutLOKK - Landsorganisation af Kvindekrisecentre, IARS International Institut, Ministry of Justice Finland, (IRKS) Institute for the Sociology of Law and Criminology AustriaInstitut für Konfliktforschung (IKF), European Public Law Organisation (EPLO), European Forum for Restorative Justice.

Coordinator: Verwey Jonker Institut

Duration: 2013- 2015

Founders: Criminal Justice Programme of the European Union 

Summary: This project aims at filling research gaps and getting together existing knowledge on using restorative justice in cases of domestic violence or rather – more precise – intimate partner violence.

The main question is: how can restorative justice practices like victim-offender mediation or conferencing be of use in these specific cases of intimate partner violence.

Furthermore it aims at exchanging risk points and best practice among practitioners and creating a network of practitioners to increase mutual understanding between different judicial systems and restorative justice practices in the member states.