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Restorative justice realities: research in a European context
reviewed by Martin Wright:
Nine countries, nine ways of doing restorative justice, and several approaches to researching it. In order to describe the research, the authors also provide useful summaries of how restorative justice has been put into practice in Belgium, Norway, Austria, Finland, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland and England and Wales. Mostly these countries use victim-offender mediation, in some cases with a high proportion of indirect (shuttle) mediations; a few, including the Netherlands and Norway, have begun to experiment with conferencing. Perhaps the best way to indicate the book’s scope is to give examples of the information it contains, rather than attempt a summary.
Church vandals apologise to congregation
from the article by Rene Gerryts on Bridport News:
Four of the youngsters responsible for vandalising a Bridport church stood before its congregation on Sunday to apologise.
The quartet – whose images were captured on CCTV – agreed to take part in the new Restorative Justice scheme.
....Mr Evans said: “It is the first time I have been involved in this sort of system and it was terrific.