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Reparation, Conciliation and Mediation

Marshall, Tony F
June 4, 2015

Source: (1984) Research and Planning Unit Paper 27. London, UK: Home Office, 73p.

The only previous survey of British reparation and mediation projects was conducted by the National Association of Victims Support Schemes in 1982. The subsequent growth of interest in victim/offender conciliation culminated earlier this year in the Home Secretary’s announcement that his department was considering funding a few such schemes as a temporary experiment. A report presents results of a survey conducted in 1984. A general discussion of the types of programs is followed by more detailed descriptions of many of the projects: including names and addresses of contacts at each site: as well as a bibliography.


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