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Restorative Justice and the Secure Estate - Alternatives for Young People in Custody
 
 

Restorative Justice and the Secure Estate - Alternatives for Young People in Custody [Kindle Edition]

Theo Gavrielides , Borballa Fellegi

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Over the last ten years, the debate on the use of restorative justice in the secure estate started to gather momentum. Strong reservations from stakeholders in the fields of policy, academia and practice caused some intense questioning even among proponents of restorative justice. The commitment of practitioners kept the debate alive, and this perseverance seems to have paid off as the new UK government has expressed its keen interest in restorative justice.

This report focuses on the use of restorative justice with young people in
custody, and aims to achieve three objectives. Firstly, to provide an up-to-date
descriptive account of restorative practices within the secure estate. This account looks at issues of classification, definition and understanding. Secondly, to present a critical overview of existing restorative practices with the objective of establishing the extent to which they influence the regimes and programmes of the secure estate. A cost-benefit analysis of restorative justice is also attempted. Thirdly, to look at the potential, barrier and enablers of a restorative justice strategy in the secure estate.

Based on qualitative data from young people, practitioners, policy makers,
victims, offenders and academics, the paper posits evidence-based
recommendations for policy and strategy analysts, researchers and practitioners at a critical point in time for the restorative justice movement.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 550 KB
  • Print Length: 96 pages
  • Publisher: IARS Publications (30 Sep 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S. r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006MKGRWM
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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Dr. Theo Gavrielides is the Founder and Director of Independent Academic Research Studies (IARS). He is also an Adjunct Professor at the Centre for Restorative Justice at Simon Fraser University (Vancouver, Canada) as well as a Visiting Professor at Buckinghamshire New University, a Visiting Professorial Research Fellow at Panteion University of Social & Political Science (Greece) and a Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the International Centre for Comparative Criminological Research (ICCCR) at Open University (UK).

Professor Gavrielides is also a Trustee of the Anne Frank Trust , an Advisory Board Member of the Institute for Diversity Research, Inclusivity, Communities and Society (IDRICS), Buckinghamshire New University, and a Member of the Scrutiny and Involvement Panel of the Crown Prosecution Service (London).

Previously, Professor Gavrielides was the Chief Executive of Race on the Agenda, a social policy think-tank focusing on race equality. He also worked at the Ministry of Justice as the Human Rights Advisor of the Strategy Directorate. There, he led on the Human Rights Insight Project, which aimed to identify strategies that will further implement the principles underlying the Human Rights Act 1998 and improve public services. He also advised on the Ministry's Education, Information and Advice strategy. During 2002-2004, he worked as a Researcher at the Centre for the Study of Human Rights of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) alongside Professorial Research Fellow Francesca Klug OBE. He is also a legal counsel specialising in criminal law, human rights and EU law. He taught criminal law and common law reasoning and institutions at the University of London, and has acted as a human rights and criminal justice advisor for various Chambers and policy bodies including the Independent Advisory Group of the London Criminal Justice Partnership

Dr. Gavrielides obtained a Doctorate in Law from the London School of Economics and Political Science (PhD, 2005) and a Masters in Human Rights Law from Nottingham University (LL.M in Human Rights Law, 2000). He graduated from the Faculty of Laws of the National University of Athens and practised law at Gavrielides & Co.
Dr. Gavrielides has published extensively in academic journals. His 2007 book "Restorative Justice Theory and Practice" was published by the European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control affiliated with the United Nations (HEUNI) and Criminal Justice Press. His 2012 book "Rights and Restoration within Youth Justice" was published by de Sitter Publications.

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