Dünkel Frieder, Esther Gimenez-Salinas Colomer, Samantha Salsench Linares, Lara Toro Lienas

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The report at hand constitutes the first of three publications stemming from a project initiated and conducted by the European Council for Juvenile Justice in 2014 titled 'European Model for Restorative Justice with Juveniles'.1 Overall, the project essentially seeks to identify and promote strategies for a wider, more adequate and effective implementation of restorative justice measures for juvenile offenders in the countries of the European Union. Three project outcomes are planned.2 The first, the publication at hand, is dedicated to taking stock of restorative justice in the European Union and to identifying best practices of restorative justice with young offenders in the 28 EU Member States. The second phase of the project is dedicated to drafting the European Model for Restorative Justice with Juveniles, which highlights effective strategies for applying restorative justice measures. The publication at hand forms a pivotal part of the basis for that model. Finally, turning to the third outcome, the Restorative Justice Model aims to provide the basis for a ¿toolkit for the implementation of restorative practices¿ in the various countries of the European Union. The design of the toolkit includes methods to be used by restorative justice professionals as well as professionals in the field of criminal justice in order to implement and apply restorative practices more effectively in their countries.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEuropean research on restorative juvenile justice. Volume I Research and Selection of the Most Effective Juvenile Restorative Justice Practices in Europe: Snapshots from 28 EU Member States
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2015


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