01 mag 2012

Restorative Justice and Mediation in Penal Matters in Europe – a stock-taking of legal issues, implementation strategies and outcomes

International Conference, organised by the Department of Criminology, University of Greifswald, Germany.
Sponsored by the European Union, Specific Criminal Justice Programme – JUST/2010/JPEN/AG/1525 and the University of Greifswald

3-6 May 2012

The research group coordinated by prof. Lorenzo Picotti (University of Verona) will present the report for Italy during the Session VII, Part IV: Continental and southern European countries:
Roberto Flor (University of Verona) and Elena Mattevi (University of Trento) - Restorative Justice and Mediation in Italy – legal issues, implementation and good practices.

Program

Friday, 4 May 2012 (location: conference hall, University of Greifswald, Domstr. 11)
9:00 h    Welcome and introduction
Frieder Dünkel, Department of Criminology, University of Greifswald, Vice-Rector of the University
Introduction: the Greifswald project – aims and contents of the research
Phillip Horsfield, Joanna Grzywa, Department of Criminology, University of Greifswald

International standards on mediation in penal matters and the role of NGO’s – how to make standards work
Christa Pelikan, Institute for Law and Sociology of Law, Vienna

10:00 h    1st session:
Restorative Justice and Mediation – legal issues, implementation and good practices
Part I: Scandinavian countries
Overview: Anette Storgaard, University of Aarhus (15 Minutes)
Commentaries and discussion (maximum 10 Minutes each):
Denmark: Anette Storgaard, University of Aarhus
Finland: Tapio Lappi-Seppälä, Ministry of Justice, Helsinki
Norway: Jenny Maria Lundgaard, Oslo
Sweden: Linda Merklund, National Council for Crime Prevention, Stockholm
Discussion
11:00 h    Coffee break
11:30 h    2nd session:
Restorative Justice and Mediation – legal issues, implementation and good practices
Part II: Central and Eastern European countries
Overview: Wojciech Zalewski, University of Gdańsk (15 Minutes)
Commentaries and discussion (maximum 10 Minutes each):
Bulgaria: Dobrinka Chankova, University of Sofia
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Hajrija Sijercic-Colic, University of Sarajevo
Croatia: Igor Bojanić, University of Osijek
Czech Republic: Petr Škvain, University of Western Bohemia, Plzen
Hungary: András Csúri, Max-Plank-Institute of Foreign and International Criminal Law, Freiburg
 
13:00 h    Lunch break
14:15 h
3rd session:
Restorative Justice and Mediation – legal issues, implementation and good practices
Part II: Central and Eastern European countries (maximum 10 minutes each)
Latvia: Andrejs Judins, Centre for Public Policy Providus, Riga
Lithuania: Skirmantas Bikelis, Ginatautas Sakalauskas, Institute of Law, Vilnius
Macedonia: Gordana Lažetic-Bužarovska, University of Skopje
Montenegro: Milan Škulić, University of Belgrade
Poland: Wojciech Zalewski, University of Gdańsk
Discussion
15:30 h    4th session:
Restorative Justice and Mediation – legal issues, implementation and good practices
Part II: Central and Eastern European countries (maximum 10 minutes each)
Romania: Andrea Păroşanu, University of Greifswald
Russia: Victor Yurkov, University of Krasnojarsk.
Serbia: Milan Škulić, University of Belgrade
Slovakia: Miroslava Vráblová, University of Trnava
Slovenia: Katja Filipčič, University of Ljubljana
Ukraine: Nataliya Pylypiv, Ukrainian Centre for Common Ground, Kiev
Discussion
16:45 h    Coffee break
17:15 h    Restorative justice and mediation in practice – evaluation, implementation and outcomes
Ivo Aertsen, Institute of Criminology, K.U. Leuven
Discussion
18:00 h    End of working session
19:00 h    Dinner and reception at the town hall, Greifswald, market place

Saturday, 5 May 2012 (location: conference hall, University of Greifswald, Domstr. 11)
9:00 h    5th session:
Restorative Justice and Mediation – legal issues, implementation and good practices
Part III: Anglo-Saxon countries
Overview: Jonathan Doak, Durham University (15 minutes)
Commentaries and discussion (maximum 10 minutes each)
England/Wales: Jonathan Doak, Durham University
Ireland: Kerry Clamp, Sheffield Hallam University
Northern-Ireland: Jonathan Doak, Durham University
Discussion
10:00    6th session:
Restorative Justice and Mediation – legal issues, implementation and good practices
Part IV: Continental and southern European countries
Overview: Frieder Dünkel, University of Greifswald (15 Minutes)
Commentaries and discussion (maximum 10 minutes each)
Austria: Christa Pelikan, Institut für Rechts- und Kriminalsoziologie, Wien
Belgium: Ivo Aertsen, Institute of Criminology, K.U. Leuven
Germany: Frieder Dünkel, Andrea Păroşanu, University of Greifswald
Greece: Sofia Giovanoglou, University of Thessaloniki
Discussion
10:30 h    Coffee break
11:00 h    7th session:
Restorative Justice and Mediation – legal issues, implementation and good practices
Part IV: Continental and southern European countries
Italy: Roberto Flor, Elena Mattevi, University of Verona, University of Trento
Portugal: Claudia Santos, University of Coimbra
Spain: Samantha Salsench, Romon Llull University of Barcelona
Switzerland: Claudio Domenig, Juvenile State Prosecution Office, Basel
Turkey: Füsun Sokullu-Akinci, University of Istanbul
Discussion
12:15 h    Final Round table discussion: trends and perspectives for restorative justice in European criminal policy


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