Source: (2006) Papers presented at the Fourth Conference of the European Forum for Restorative Justice, â€œRestorative justice: An agenda for Europeâ€, Barcelona, Spain, 15-17 June 2006.
Sitting behind closed doors and working on your own development, taking responsibility for the consequences of your own actions and where possible restoring the damage that has been done. Thatâ€™s whatâ€™s happening in the closed youth facility â€œDe Heuvelrug, location Eikensteinâ€, located in Zeist, The Netherlands. The experiment is called: â€˜Herstelopvoedingâ€™, in translation: Developing restorative skills for juvenile delinquents. The first results are promising, and the method is being further developed. What are the contents of this program? What are the results of the first evaluation and what has the future in hold for this method? (excerpt)
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