|2015||99% Campaign Magazine||
99% Campaign Magazine, Issue 3, 2016
|2015||RJ Symposium Alberta 2016 Agenda||Other||Restorative Justice in Europe Canada Conference 2016 Agenda.pdf|
|2015||Alberta Conference 2016 Speakers Biographies||Other||Speaker Bios_Restorative Justice symposium_EUCE UAlberta.pdf|
|2015||photos||Book||99 awards.png, 99 awards_1.png|
|2015||Euro-mediterranean Youth - Inventory of actors Middle East and North Africa||
This Inventory is focused on identifying organisations that work with young people in Middle East and North African (MENA) region as well as the resources that they produce. The objective of the inventory is to catalogue the various youth organisations in the region as well as their projects, outputs and published resources in order to see the extent of community and social cohesion activities in relation to the benefit of young people and the region specific issues that they face.
The United Nations definition of MENA region include the following countries; Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Palestinian Territory (referring to Arab populations living in Gaza and the West Bank), Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen. These countries are the focus of this inventory. The main languages spoken are Arabic, French, English and Hebrew in Israel.
|Research Report||Euro - Med Inventory|
|2015||Prison Service Journal Nov 2016||Book||PSJ 228 November 2016.pdf|
|2015||IARS Policy Briefing - The Victim's Directive and the UK Victim's Bill: Safeguarding Refugee and Asylum-seeking Women||
This Policy Briefing is the first of a series of policy consultation responses that will be produced as part of the Gender and Justice Empowerment Project.
|Consultation Response||CR Policy briefing FINAL.pdf|
|2015||RJ & Domestic Violence First Comparative Report JUST/2013/JPEN/AG/4587||Research Report||150216_7388_RJ_Comparative_rep_WS1_final_AW.pdf|
|2015||Restorative Justice and Domestic Violence - 4th - 6th February Germany||
Presentation: Restorative Justice and Domestic Violence - 4th - 6th February 2015, Hannover, Germany
|Other||Restorative Justice and Domestic Violence - Hannover, Germany.ppt|
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