Restorative Justice for Juveniles
Potentialities Risks and Problems for Research. A selection of papers presented at the international conference Leuven May 12-14 1997
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Edited volume - paperback
Restorative Justice is increasingly becoming an inspiration for renovelling experiments in dealing with the aftermath of offences, a basic orientation in criminological research and a powerful issue in the reforms of ((juvenile) justice.
This volume offers a selection of papers presented in the international conference on Restorative Justice for Juveniles, organised in Leuven, May 1997, by the Research Group on Juvenile Criminology, in concertation with the International Network for Research on Restorative Justice for Juveniles. The participation was very great and brought together a great part of the world's most authoritative scholars in the field.
The conference resulted in two volumes. This one proposes about half of the free contributions. The selection has been based on intrinsic quality and possibility to enter into a coherent set of contributions. All together, they form an important reader on the concept of restorative justice, its potentials for juveniles, its actual applications and the remaining discussions and topics for research.
What is at Stake in Restorative Justice for Juveniles?
Part 1 - Principles of Restorative Justice
Restorative Justice. Variations on a Theme
Restorative Justice: a Question of Legitimacy
Victim/offender Conferencing: the Need for Safeguards
Some Principled Objections to a Restorative Justice Approach to Working with Juvenile Offenders
The Nature of Responsibility and Restorative Justice
The Importance of Shame to Restorative Justice
An Ethical and Social Interpretation of Crime through the Concepts 'Linkedness' and 'Integration-Disintegration'. Application to Restorative Justice
J. Deklerck and A. Depuydt
Part 2 - Restorative Justice in Formal Settings
Mediation and Community Service in the Juvenile Justice Legislation in Europe
Restorative Justice and the Scottish Children's Jusmtice System
Italian Experiences of Victim-Offender mediation in the Juvenile Justice System
U. Gatti and A. Ceretti
Mediation and Community Service in the Belgian Law on Juvenile Protection
Restorative Justice Trajectory in Québec
Victim-Offender mediation in Sweden
P. Lindström and K. Svanberg
The Development of Victim/offender Mediation in the German Juvenile Justice System
A. Hartmann and M. Kilching
Part 3 - Restorative Justice in Practice
Restoring Justice in Native Communities in Canada
A Case Study of Restorative Justice: the Vermont Reparative Probation Program
Criminal Conflicts Involving Minors: Problems and Perspectives of Victim-offender Mediation
C.E. Paliero and G. Mannozzi
The recidivism Rate of Communtiy Service as a Restitutive Judicial Sanction in Comparison with the Traditional Juvenile Justice Measures
Critical Assessment of Community Service and Mediation for Juvenile Offenders in Brussels
C. Eliaerts, E. Dumortier and R. Vanderhaeghen
The Juvenile Mediation Project in Leuven
Some Reflections on the paradigm of Restorative Justice and its Viability for Juvenile Justice
Declaration of Leuven "on the Advisability of Promoting the Restorative Justice Approach to Juvenile Crime"
Format: Edited volume - paperback
Size: 240 × 160 mm
Publication: November 5, 1998
Stock item number: 46158
Lode Walgrave is Emeritus Professor of Criminology and Juvenile Justice at KU Leuven.