SCCJR, in collaboration with Xunta de Galicia, Spain and 4 other international partners, were awarded a grant under the European Commission, DG Freedom, Justice and Security: Framework Partnership ‘Prevention of and Fight Against Crime 2007’ for a project identifying, analysing and disseminating existing good practices in restorative juvenile justice across six countries in Europe. Work commenced in early 2009, and the project culminated in a transnational forum held in Santiago de Compostela in November 2009. The publications arising from this project can be accessed here.
Young People and Youth Justice
Criminal Justice Process and Institutions
University of Newcastle Upon Tyne
University of Glasgow