Restorative Justice

at post-sentencing level supporting and protecting victims

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"Restorative Justice from the Victim Perspective" - Tallinn 07./08.09.2011

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7. September 2011

Introduction. Official Welcome by Minister of the Interior Ken-Marti Vaher

6m 08s

Greeting by Ministry of Justice of Land Schleswig-Holstein. Prosecutor in Itzehoe,  Jana Bewersdorff

2m 21s

Restorative Justice; found and lost? powerpoint_logo

Part1 part2 total: 38m 23s

Baltic Institute for Crime Prevention and Social Rehabilitation, Jim Hilborn


Restorative Justice representing Victim Interests – a European Perspective


Part1 part2 part3 part4 total: 72m 51s

Leuven Institute of Criminology (LinC), Prof. Dr. Ivo Aertsen

Consecutive Workshops – From the Victim Perspective

Restorative Justice Methods – Jim Hilborn  

Restorative Justice at Post-sentencing Level – Jaanus Kangur


Victim Support in Project Countries

Estonia – Anne Mehide-Valtinpowerpoint_logo

Germany – Otmar Hagemann

England – Geoff Emerson

Hungary – Edit Törzs


8. September 2011

Victim Needs and Coping Strategies of Victims


Part1 part2 part3 total: 56m 52s

Kiel University of Applied Sciences, Prof. Dr. Otmar Hagemann

Peace Circles



Part1 part2   total: 39m 59s

Eberhard Karls University Tübingen, Prof. Dr. Elmar Weitekamp

Workshops – Matrix Development

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The aim of the matrix is to provide thorough scientific descriptions of available RJ-measures and their procedure within the partner countries. It shall visualize which methods are carried out where and how and lead to precise descriptions of the status quo. These workshops will be led by Kiel University of Applied Sciences.

Estonia – Jaanus Kangur/Germany – Otmar Hagemann, Mario Nahrwold, Ricarda Lummer

England – Geoff Emerson/Hungary – Edit Törzs





With the financial support from the Criminal Justice Programme of the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibilty of "Schleswig-Holsteinischer Verband für soziale Strafrechtpflege; Straffälligen- und Opferhilfe e.V" and can in no way be taken to refect the views of the European Commission.