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Do victims of crime know their rights ? – Free e-learning course for victims Sticky


The UK-based international think-tank, IARS, is proud to launch an evidence-based e - learning course for victims of crime. The course aims to empower victims by increasing their knowledge of their rights in the criminal justice and restorative justice process as these are protected by the EC Victims' Directive due to come into force in November 2015.

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International conference "A victim-led criminal justice system?": Call for Papers Sticky


Following fierce campaigning by victims’ groups, the European Union has entered into a process of legislative and policy reforms with the aim of repositioning the victim in criminal proceedings. By November 2015, EU member states will need to have demonstrated that they have modified their domestic laws to give effect to the Directive 2012/29/EU establishing minimum standards on the rights, support and protection of victims of crime (Victims’ Directive).

RJ4All Associates: Simon Fulford’s interview to The Center for Court Innovation


Simon Fulford, chief executive of Khulisa U.K. and RJ4All Associate, speaks to the Center for Court Innovation and Robert Wolf. He explains how and why his not-for-profit brought a successful South African prisoner reentry program to the United Kingdom.

Simon Fulford talks about the difficulties and challenges his organization faced with the implementation of the program to a different cultural environment:

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CALL FOR AUTHORS: Offenders No More in Offender Rehabilitation

Gavrielides, T. (2015). Offenders No More in Offender Rehabilitation, New York: Nova Science Publishers

Editor: Professor Dr. Theo Gavrielides | Publisher: Nova Science Publishers | Abstract Submission Deadline: 1 September 2014 | Chapter Submission Deadline to the Editor: 1 April 2015 | Publication Date: Autumn 2015 |Style: Peer Reviewed

RJ4All Associates: Mara Schiff’s speech on TEDx-FAU


RJ4All Associate, Professor Mara Schiff gave an inspirational and stimulating speech on the TEDx event organized at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) last April. Straight from an undeniable expert in criminology and the concept of restorative justice, Mara divulges her insight into the biases of our current justice system, and the one idea that may prove to be the most viable alternative.

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