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Restorative justice and the role of the prosecutor/Mediation as an Alternative to Punishment (summary)

Petterson, Gordon
June 4, 2015

Source: (2003) Conférence Permanente Européenne de la Probation (CEP) Workshop, “Justice and Balance: Victim, Offender and Community Perspectives”, 15-16 May 2003, Prague, Czech Republic. Downloaded 12 January 2005.

The background for establishing a system of mediation between offender and victim in Norway dates back to two central events in the late 1970s
The first experimental mediation project was established in 1981 in the municipality of Lier as a part of the project “Alternative to imprisonment of juveniles.” (excerpt)


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