European partners of the project 'REVIJ. Reparation to the victim in the European Juvenile Justice Systems: Comparative analysis and transfer of best practices' have gathered for their third meeting, this time in Verona.
The study compares the victim reparation measures in different European juvenile justice systems and is funded by the Criminal Justice Programme of the EU.
It is led by Fundación Diagrama (Spain) and Diagrama Foundation (UK) is one of the partners. Diagrama Foundation previously hosted a project seminar earlier this year in London. Other REVIJ partners include Association Diagrama (France), Istituto Don Calabria (Italy), Universidade Catolica Portuguesa do Porto (Portugal) and the International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO).
This aim of the latest meeting, held on March 8-9, was to present the results of the national seminars carried out by every partner in their respective countries in order to facilitate a European comparison which will now be developed by the IJJO. The partners also agreed the contents for the project’s final publication.