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Van Ness, Daniel. Proposed UN basic principles on restorative justice
In this essay, Van Ness provides a historical overview of a number of significant initiatives related to restorative justice generated by the United Nations crime congresses, by the Working Party on Restorative Justice (formed from a group of non-governmental organizations participating in the Alliance on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice), and by other notable groups.
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Pelikan, Christa. Victim-offender mediation in domestic violence cases-a research report
In this paper, Pelikan examines the results of empirical research into the issue of victim-offender mediation in domestic violence cases, with emphasis on the situation in Austria.
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RJ Article Jacobsson, Maritha. Victim-offender mediation in Sweden: Is the victim better off?
In this article we analyse recorded verbal interactions between victims and offenders in the presence of mediators. Our aim is to illuminate how victims interact, communicate and position themselves in relation to the offender. We inquire whether victims benefit from verbal interaction with offenders during a process of mediation. According to this study there are no easy answers. Victims act in diverse ways depending on their aims and the situation. They may act as moral entrepreneurs, adopt consensus-seeking strategies or take oppositional positions. This research may be informative for those who are interested in which benefits victims can achieve when they communicate with offenders in the framework of restorative justice. (author's abstract)
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File Nadeau, Jason. Critical analysis of the United Nations Declaration of Basic Principles on the Use of Restorative Justice Programs in Criminal Matters
In this study, Nadeau examines the United Nations Declaration of Basic Principles on the Use of Restorative Justice in Criminal Matters.
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File Scuro Neto, Pedro. The Restorative Paradigm: Just Middle-Range Justice
Restorative justice is a middle-range paradigm, a promise of future systemic change, implemented on a lower level of abstraction with operational notions defined for restricted orders of conflict, in specific, localized conditions.
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File Thorburn, Stan. Prison: Is There Any Alternative. A New Zealand Snapshot.
Judge S. A. Thorburn points to the rising numbers of offenders being sentenced to imprisonment in New Zealand in recent decades.
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File Thorburn, Stan. The Arrival of Restorative Justice in the Courts: A Brief Outline of the New Zealand Experience
The paper is intended to provide a narrative about the emergence of Restorative Justice into the processes of the Courts in New Zealand.
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File Van Ness, Daniel. Creating Restorative Systems
In order to increase the influence of the restorative justice movement for the future, Van Ness proposes models for measurement and conceptual understanding.
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File Van Ness, Daniel. Trends in Prisons Around the World and in Latin America
In this paper Daniel Van Ness surveys trends and developments in prisons around the world and in Latin America.
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File Van Ness, Daniel. The Role of the Church in Criminal Justice Reform
Addressing a forum on restorative justice with participants from diverse perspectives, Daniel Van Ness focuses on the role of the Christian Church in criminal justice reform, particularly reform oriented around restorative justice.
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