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.
allow clarifying and developing a much broader definition of racist violence in everyday life. This consideration leads a Swiss team of researchers and practitioners1 to present a typology of forms of racist violence from a victim point of view, as it appears in the first call announcing the incident. The observation of 300 cases has leaded us to distinguish two important dimensions in the relationship between the authors and the victims: namely, power and organization. (excerpt0
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