Restorative Justice in Cases of Domestic Violence
The main objective of this EC funded project is to investigate regulations of restorative justice and mediation in their practical approaches concerning the abuses of women in the family, as well as understanding under what conditions Restorative Justice is appropriate.
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investigate regulations of restorative justice and mediation in their practical approaches concerning domestic abuses (be this gender specific or interfamilial), as well as understanding under what conditions restorative justice is appropriate.
The result will be a guide, with a set of recommendations based on evidence-based research and practice. The guide will aim to improve the knowledge of practitioners working in the field and will be written in English, Finnish, German, Dutch and Greek.
The guide will aim to improve the knowledge of practitioners working in the field
Activities» by identifying criteria for offering restorative approaches in accordance with the Victims Directive
The project will be assisted by five European partners
The readiness and suitabilty of restorative justice in cases of domestic violence remains largely unexplored and indepth research is needed, as well as exchage of best practice throughout Europe.
Budget - Project Cost: £3,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £3,000 event hold partners and practitioners event from 4 countries
Current Funding / Pledges
Source Amount EU £1,000 Guaranteed
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Dr. Theo Gavrielides
Restorative justice expert