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Volume: 10 Number: 24

Title: European Forum for Restorative Justice; formerly: European Forum for Victim-Offender Mediation and Restorative Justice

Source/Sponsoring Agency: European Forum for Restorative Justice; formerly: European Forum for Victim-Offender Mediation and Restorative Justice

URL: http://www.euforumrj.org/

Date Checked: 12/21/2005      Status: Updated

Date Annotated: 8/17/2004

Topics: International Law; Dispute Resolution;

Other keywords: Mediation; Restorative justice

Contents: The non-governmental organization European Forum for Victim-Offender Mediation and Restorative Justice was founded in 2000, in order to establish contacts between victim-offender mediation projects throughout Europe. The main focus of the Forum is on mediation in criminal matters and related restorative developments, such as family group conferencing. The European Forum’s website brings members together and educates the public about this movement. The section “About the Forum” deals with information on restorative justice as an international movement, the origins of the European Forum, and its aims and objectives. The “Reading Room,” is where visitors may search the Forum’s database of restorative justice-related documents. In addition to the Forum’s full-text documents, the database contains an annotated bibliography of about 1,700 books and articles, complete with abstracts. This bibliography is not linked with any online full-text version of the associated materials, so researchers will have to locate the cited documents elsewhere.

Author of Annotation: B. Kreisler


Last Modified: 6/20/2012