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Introducing Restorative Justice to the Judiciary in Greece

Mar
08

A much anticipated conference will be held in Nafplio, Greece, on 19th March 2016. The Association of Greek Judges and Public Prosecutors for the Democracy and the Liberties, in cooperation with the Nafplion Bar Association, is organising a day-conference under the title “Restorative Justice. A Contemporary Perspective for Social Peace”. The conference will be focus on three crucial topics in the field of practise of Restorative Justice (RJ): RJ in Prisons, RJ and Domestic Violence, RJ and Juvenile Delinquency.

International Symposia on Restorative Justice: Taking Restorative Justice Forward

Nov
23
In 2011, Professors Th. Gavrielides and V. Artinopoulou came up with the idea of establishing the International Symposia on RJ in an effort to enhance the progress of restorative justice. Their aim was to bring together experts from a range of scientific fields to discuss and exchange ideas on RJ, whilechallenging the current models of research and academic thought”. Yet, what would be so exceptional about this event that could worth of putting it in place?
“So, let the journey begin!”

Restorative Justice Week 2015

Nov
15

This year, RJ4All is celebrating the Restorative Justice Week by providing a selection of free resources, such as innovative articles and commentaries, which aim to inform, raise awareness and generate knowledge around restorative justice.

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Press Release: The IARS International Institute celebrates in Parliament 10 yrs of Community-Led Solutions for a Fairer Society

Nov
05

Over 100 leading figures in the international research, policy and practice arenas celebrated the 10th anniversary of The IARS International Institute at a prestigious evening reception that took place on the 4th November 2015 at the House of Commons in London.

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Community Intervention Programmes showing success in reducing reoffending by 23.8%

Independent evaluation research findings of the Silence the Violence (STV) and Milestones prison intervention programmes delivered by the charity Khulisa are showing success in reducing reconviction events by 23.8%, and improving soft outcomes for offenders across the UK. 

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