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Restorative justice and overseas adoption

from the op-ed by Park Hee-jung in The Korea Times: In the 10 years I spent providing interpretation and managerial services for international adoptees on a volunteer basis, I witnessed the pain of many international adoptees. Today, I am still p... READ MORE

Victims and Criminal Justice: Asian Perspective

Source: (2003) Tokyo: Hogaku-Kenkyu-Kai, Keio University.The introductory chapter provides an overview of the historical development of victimology and victim support in Asia. Subsequent chapters focus on the scope and characteristics of victimolo... READ MORE

Position of Victim Support Schemes in India

Source: (2003) In, Tatsuya Ota, ed., Victims and Criminal Justice: Asian Perspective. Tokoyo, Hogaku-Kenkyu-Kai, Keio University. Pp. 63-82.The overview of the victim support movement advocates a restorative-justice policy that aims to address cri... READ MORE

Victim Protection Mechanism of Korea: Legal Aspect and Reality

Source: (2003) In, Tatsuya Ota, ed., Victims and Criminal Justice: Asian Perspective. Tokoyo, Hogaku-Kenkyu-Kai, Keio University. Pp. 181-196.In discussing the legal rights of crime victims in Korea, the chapter notes that victims have a right to ... READ MORE

Crimes against schools: The potential for a restorative justice approach

Source: (2002) Paper presented at the International Forum on Initiatives for Safe Schools: School Violence Prevention and Juvenile Protection – What Works?, held in Seoul, South Korea, June 22-25. Canberra: Australian National University, Resear... READ MORE