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Piecing the Puzzle: Restorative Justice with Children and Young Offenders in Scandinavia, an Interview Study with Professionals


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Title: Piecing the Puzzle: Restorative Justice with Children and Young Offenders in Scandinavia, an Interview Study with Professionals
Other Titles: Piecing the Puzzle: Restorative Justice with Children and Young Offenders in Scandinavia, an Interview Study with Professionals
Authors: Gutiérrez Olivares, Nancy
Issue Date: 4-Feb-2021
Degree: Student essay
Keywords: Restorative Justice, Children and Young Offenders, Victim Offender Mediation, Youth Punishment, Restorative Processes, Social Work, Scandinavian Justice Systems
Abstract: The modern roots of restorative justice in Scandinavia go back to the emergence of the mediation movement in Norway in the mid 1970s (Miers, 2001), a process that reached Sweden in the late 1980s (Wahlin, 2005). Victim Offender Mediation (VOM) in Sweden, and Youth Punishment (YP) in Norway, are some of the processes based on the primary components of restorative justice. This means that emphasis is on addressing the consequences of the offense through the involvement of those who have a sta... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/67543
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