Criminal Justice 2008

What is restorative justice?

Partners and Sponsors:

          With financial support from the Criminal Justice Programme of the European Commission, Directorate General Justice, Freedom and Security

The MEREPS Project's translating partner is the Afford Translations and Interpreting Ltd.

Sign up

MEREPS UK project update

Uploaded at: 2012. 01. 13.

Author: TGavrielides

Following the launch of the UK MEREPS report, IARS wrote to the Ministry of Justice to bring to their attention the evidence based findings of the project "Restorative justice in the secure estate: Alternatives for Young People"

The final European MEREPS report is being launched next week in Budapest at the final conference of the MEREPS project. More information can be found on the MEREPS website

Dr. Theo Gavrielides, IARS Director and UK project lead for MEREPS said: "I look forward to launching in Budapest next week the IARS report for MEREPS.  The report posits some evidence based recommendations at a critical point in time for the restorative justice movement. The MEREPS Handbook and the final EU report complement our findings and indeed take the research that has been done in the prison context to the next level".

The MEREPS Handbook and the IARS report are part of the "Mediation and Restorative Justice in Prison Settings" project (MEREPS), funded by EU Grant agreement no JLS/2008/JPEN/015-30-CE-0267156/0039. For more information contact [email protected]

No comments

Please log in to write comments.