Source: (2004) Research and Statistical Bulletin 1/2005. Belfast: Northern Ireland Office, Statistics and Research Branch. Downloaded 7 March 2005.
This bulletin presents the interim findings of an evaluation of the recently introduced Northern Ireland youth conferencing initiative. The findings are based on research conducted by the Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Queen’s University, Belfast and focus on the functioning of the scheme in the early months of its operation, from its inception on the 1st December 2003 until the 31st August 2004. (excerpt)
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