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Final report from the International Conference on Restorative Justice and Victim-Offender Mediation

October 1, 2010

The goals of this Conference were to:

  1. Explain the benefits of Restorative Justice and victim-offender mediation to all the citizens and let the citizens know that the Victim-offender mediation service in Castilla y León exists so that they can decide whether they want to solve their problem through the Service or through the traditional system of justice.
  2. Draw the attention of government to support these restorative services, as European governments do. Because at the end the cost is much lower with the great saving of time and money involving restorative processes such as mediation
  3. Draw attention to the legislature so as to regulate Restorative Justice and victim-offender mediation and establish a set of recommendations and conclusions once the Congress, is finished which may provide guidance and direction to the legislature in order to regulate this subjects in the best way

Read the whole report.



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