Restorative Justice

at post-sentencing level supporting and protecting victims

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Conference 27/28.08.2014 Restorative Justice at post sentencing level; supporting and protecting victims at University of Applied Sciences (FH Kiel)



27.  August  2014

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09.00 -­ 10.00 Opening - Words  of  Welcome

Prof.  Dr.  Udo  Beer,  President  of  Kiel  University  of  Applied  Sciences

Anke  Spoorendonk, Minister of Justice, Culture and European Affairs Schleswig-Holstein

Ralph  Döpper, LOStA General prosecution office and board of Schleswig-Holsteinischer  Verband  für  soziale  Strafrechtspflege; Straffälligenhilfe  und  Opferhilfe  e.V.

Uwe Döring, President of WEISSER RING (Victim Support) Schleswig-Holstein



10.00-­10.45 Introduction  to  Restorative  Justice  at  Post Sentencing  Level 


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


10.45‐11.15 Coffee  Break


11.15-­12.00 Introduction  to  RJ  in  Prison powerpoint_logo

Dr.  Borbála  Fellegi, Hungarian Institute for Education Research and Development, Hungary



12.00-­12.45 Victim-Offender‐Mediation  in  Cases  of  Homicide:  Chances  and  Risks


 Kristel  Buntinx, Suggnomè, Belgium


12.45­‐14.00 Lunch  Break


14.00-­14.45 Applied  and  Theoretical  Victimological  Perspectives  in  the  Framework  of the EU Directive



Prof. Dr. Antony  Pemberton,  Tilburg  University/Intervict, Netherlands


14.45­‐15.30 Findings from  related  European  projects


Prof.  Dr.  Ivo  Aertsen European  Forum  for  Restorative  Justice, Belgium


15.30­‐17.00 Pilot  Project  Results

UK, Thames  Valley,  Diane  Grammer, UKpowerpoint_logo


Croatia, Prof. Dr. Mladen  Knezevicpowerpoint_logo



Germany, Schleswig­‐Holstein,  Dr.  Martin  Hagenmaier and  Ricarda  Lummer


Portugal,  Sónia  Reis, Lisbon Law School



17.00 Closing  Words

Jo Tein, Executive Project Director, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany



Day 2 Workshops 28. August  2014


9.00‐12.00 Circle  Workshops

1. Working  group:  Recommendations  on  implementation  of  RJ  at   post‐sentencing level 

Circle  Keeper:  Geoff  Emerson, Thames Valley Probation, UK

2. Working  group:  Recommendations  on victim  support  and   protection

Circle  Keeper:  Felix Lehmann, Senior Judge at District Court Schleswig-Holstein, Germany


12.00‐13.30 Lunch  Break 


13.30­‐14.30 Presentation  of  Workshop  Results,  Circle  Keepers


14.30­‐15.30 Project  results  and  closing  words


Marc  Ceron, Deputy Director General of Probation in Catalonia, Spain



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.