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PROTASIS - Police Training Skills

Jun
12

The Protasis Project is a 2 year EU-funded project implemented by a consortium of 6 partner organisations from Greece, Italy, Portugal and the UK. The main objective of the project is to contribute to the development of a victim-friendly environment during the victims’ contact with the police, by ensuring that victims are treated in a respectful and sensitive manner.

'The Terrorist Within: From A Restorative Lens' - T.Gavrielides

May
05

On the 9-10 May 2017, RJ4All co-founder and co-Director Professor Theo Gavrielides will be presenting on The Terrorist Within and Restorative Justice at the IIPR Europe Conference, Conflict in Europe: Meeting the Challenge, in Dublin, Ireland.

GREECE: Cooperation Agreement between EKDDA, SEDA, and the Restorative Justice & Mediation Lab

Apr
04

On 27th March, the National Centre of Public and Local Administration (EKDDA), the Bailiffs’ Association of Juvenile Courts in Greece (SEDA) and the ‘Restorative Justice & Mediation’ Lab of Sociology Department, Panteion University signed jointly a Cooperation Agreement on designing and establishment of an innovative lab on prevention and addressing of juvenile delinquency, as well as the designing and implementation of educational activities and training programmes to address issues of restorative justice, delinquent juveniles’ treatment, mediation, victim-offender reconciliation, dispute resolution and other related topics.

EU-funded project "PROTASIS: Police Training Skills"

Apr
04

Protasis – Police Training Skills” is a 2-year EU-funded project led by the European Public Law Organization (EPLO) and a partner consortium consisted of 5 Partners. The main objective of the project is to contribute to the development of a victim-friendly environment during the victims’ contact with the police, by ensuring that victims are treated in a respectful and sensitive manner, through the improvement and strengthening of police officers’ communication skills and knowledge on how to interact with victims.

MARGIN Project – The Final Conference

Apr
01

On 3rd - 5th April, Theo Gavrielides & Vasso Artinopoulou, the co-directors of Restorative Justice for all (RJ4all) Institute, will participate as key note speakers at the Final Conference of the MARGIN Project in Budapest, Hungary. Prof.

Conflict in Europe: Meeting the Challenge - IIRP EUROPE CONFERENCE

Mar
08

On 9th-10th May, Theo Gavrielides, the founder and co-director of Restorative Justice for all (RJ4all) institute, will participate as key note speaker at the conference “Conflict in Europe: Meeting the Challenge” in Dublin, Ireland.

IJRJ - Call for peer reviewers

Mar
07

The co-Editor of the Internet Journal of Restorative Justice (IJRJ), Dr. Theo Gavrielides, is currently recruiting new reviewers to carry out double blind review for the Journal. The IJRJ is a double-blind peer reviewed journal with a unique practical approach to researching and investigating restorative justice.

Please read the Call for Peer Reviewers for more information and how to apply.

UN Resolution calls for more effective use of mediation in conflict resolution

Feb
12

On 9th September 2016, the UN General Assembly adopted the fourth UN Resolution on mediation, as presented by the co-chairs of the UN Group of Friends on mediation, Finland and Turkey. The Resolution encourages the Member States and the United Nations and regional organizations to support and finance the implementation of mediation for the peaceful resolution of disputes.

New RJ4All Publications book: 25 Restorative Justice cases

Jan
15

Gavrielides, T. (2017). 25 Restorative Justice case studies, RJ4All Publications: London. ISBN: 978-1-907641-41-1.

This is an e-book available only in pdf and Kindle. Once ordered and paid, we will e-mail the ebook. For Amazon kindle purchase follow this link

Restorative Justice: A value for money Justice?

Dec
05

An new article publication by Prof. Dr. Vasso Artinopoulou, co-founder and co-director of the Restorative Justice for all (RJ4all) Institute, was published in the peer-reviewed science journal ‘Regional Science Inquiry’ of the Hellenic Association of Regional Scientists (H.A.R.S.)*. The article under the title "Restorative Justice: A value for money Justice?" examines the potentials of restorative justice through a multi-level, comparative and evidence-based perspective.

Please click to read more and download the article.

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