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Restorative justice: Victims’ Needs and Rights: Experience of Building Up Mediation Services in the UK

Wright, Martin
June 4, 2015

Source: (2009) Presentation to Regional Forum on ‘Implementing Alternative Measures in Penal Cases: introducing and sharing experiences on restorative justice and victim-offender mediation application for juveniles and beyond’, organized in Tirana by the Albanian Ministry of Justice and others.

This paper will consider restorative justice, crime and responses to crime, especially from the point of view of the victim, with reference to recommendations of the council of Europe and the United Nations, with comments on the implementation of restorative measures in England and Wales. (excerpt)


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