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“Building Social Support for Restorative Justice” has a survey for you to fill out

August 14, 2009
  1. The involvement of
    citizens/individuals in
    the functioning of local restorative justice programmes;
  2. The ways/best
    practices used to involve civil society
    in promoting and developing restorative justice
    approaches; and
  3. The interaction
    and cooperation with the media
    to inform and educate the public about restorative justice.

This exercise will
help us provide a complete and holistic international picture of the topic
in question, ultimately enabling the researchers to produce a ToolKit which
includes both best practices as well as recommendations for the better
involvement of civil society, the citizen and the media in restorative justice

If you have any
further questions or would like to have some more information, please do not
hesitate to contact us at the following email address:


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