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Title: Restorative Justice Solutions for Hate Crime
Contributors: Masopust-Šachová, Petra 
Walters, Mark Austin 
Rührer, Wioletta 
Millington, Linda 
Akintunde, Niran 
Corporate Authors: OSCE ODIHR Tolerance and Non-Discrimination Department (TND) 
Association of Counseling Centers for Victims of Right-Wing, Racist and Anti-Semitic Violence (VBRG) 
Corporate Contributor: EU Commission 
Federal Government of Germany 
Subject Keywords: hate crime ; administration of justice
See Also: OSCE ODIHR
Key Issues: Hate crime
Issue Date: 31-Aug-2021
Material Type: conference materials
Format: video
Language: English
Series: EStAR
Volume: 0
Meeting Title: Restorative Justice Solutions for Hate Crime 
Meeting Date: 2021-08-31
Meeting Place: online
Country Coverage: OSCE region 
URL more information: https://www.osce.org/odihr/494062
Abstract: Restorative justice solutions emphasize the need to repair the harm caused by a criminal act, focusing less on retributive aspects of criminal justice. These solutions can substitute a criminal proceeding or applied in parallel to or after criminal proceedings. They can also involve communities, addressing the wider and devastating impact of hate crimes on society. The webinar is organized as part of the Enhancing Stakeholder Awareness and Resources for Hate Crime Victim Support (EStAR) project [https://www.osce.org/odihr/hate-crime-victim-support]. It will explore the general picture of the existing restorative justice practices and their implementation. Leading experts and practitioners in the field will highlight the benefits and considerations in applying restorative justice solutions for hate crime and ways to ensure that victims are placed at the center of such solutions.
Notes: Speakers: - Dr Petra Masopust-Šachová, Lecturer at the Department of Criminal Law of the Law Faculty of Palacký University in Olomouc, Chairperson of the Czech Institute for Restorative Justice and a board member of the European Forum for Restorative Justice (EFRJ) - Dr Mark Austin Walters, Professor of Criminal Law and Criminology at the University of Sussex and Co-chair of the International Network for Hate Studies - Ms. Wioletta Rührer, Social Worker and Probation Officer at NEUSTART - Ms. Linda Millington, Deputy Director of the “Why me?” charity, managing the Restorative Justice Service and working with the team of Restorative Justice Ambassadors - Mr. Niran Akintunde, Sulah Service Coordinator at Community Justice Initiatives (CJI)
Internal Notes: Participants: Criminal justice professionals working to enhance their national hate crime victim support structures, civil society representatives working on hate crime victim support or have interest in criminal and restorative justice.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12389/22875
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22875_0.pdfEvent flyer [English]410.98 kBAdobe PDFThumbnail
  
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22875_1.pdf"RJ as a different perspective" - dr. Petra Masopust-Šachová [English]479.68 kBAdobe PDFThumbnail
  
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22875_2.pdf"Can Restorative Justice Help to Repair the Harms of Hate Crime?" - professor Mark Walters [English]675.19 kBAdobe PDFThumbnail
  
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22875_3.pdf"Dialogue Instead of Hate" - Wioletta Rührer [English]920.61 kBAdobe PDFThumbnail
  
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22875_4.pdf"Restorative Justice Solutions for Hate Crime: Practical Application" - Linda Millington [English]605.64 kBAdobe PDFThumbnail
  
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22875_5.pdf"Restorative Justice Solutions to Hate Crime" - Niran Akintunde [English]225.18 kBAdobe PDFThumbnail
  
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