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Confidentiality and Victim-Offender Mediation

Schijndel, R.A.M. van
June 4, 2015

Source: (-0001) Antwerpen: Maklu

This book reports on a research project which studied the appropriate level of confidentiality that should apply to mediation-delivered information, regarding the out-of-court setting and the judicial context. Various exceptions to the high level of confidentiality that should apply to the issues discussed in mediation are developed. Additionally, it is explained how the thus advocated scope of the principle of confidentiality should be implemented in practice. (Excerpt)


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