The project partners will be involved in a number of activities, including: carrying out original research to gain a deeper insight into the attitudes of victims, juveniles, adult inmates, correctional staff, policy makers, legislators and other key stakeholders towards RJ; exchanging knowledge of various post-sentencing RJ practices in each of the three countries to encourage learning between the regions.

The project will be delivered by the followingorganisations:

FORESEE RESEARCH GROUP - PROJECT LEADER

(HUNGARY)— a recently formed interdisciplinary think tank with a focus on; developments of alternatives in the criminal justice system; crime prevention etc…

INDEPENDENT ACADEMIC RESEARCH STUDIES

(UK)—a youth-led social policy think that empowers young people to have a voice and influence policy and practice that affects them.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CRIMINOLOGY

(HUNGARY) - Research institute supervised by the Attorney General of the Republic of Hungary.

INNOKUT NONPROFIT RESEARCHING AND SERVICING

BREMEN VICTIM OFFENDER MANAGEMENT SERVICE (GERMANY)

UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION IN BREMEN (GERMANY)

EUROPEAN FORUM FOR RESTORATIVE JUSTICE — The aim of the forum is to help establish victim offender mediation and other restorative justice practices throughout Europe.

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