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.
Numerous scientific studies have shown the quality of learning is tightly correlated to the communicative and relational quality of the scholar-familiar context. Investigations conducted by regional Institutes, in cooperation with C.R.I.S.I. and other associations in the province of Bari, have underlined school is also one of the places in which different forms of violence develop and where divergent and antagonistic interests often provoke, in particular among boys, misunderstandings and tensions, resulting in different forms of uneasiness and conflict. Insofar the project aims to prevent violence inside the school borders. The presentation is about a C.R.I.S.I project in a middle school in Bari. (author’s abstract)
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