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„Seeing the person” – Restorative practices among those affected by crime

2013. 06. 24.


Dr. Borbála Fellegi held a presentation on the „An Overview of Judicial Mediation” conference organized at Kőszeg on the 14th and 15th of June, 2013 supported by Hungary’s National Judicial Office as chief patron. The conference was organized by the “Judges for Mediation” Association, and the Hungarian Section of GEMME.

The judicial mediation conference saw more than 150 guests, as well as an opening speech by Tünde Handó, President of Hungary’s National Judicial Office, and the presenters, coming from all across Europe held presentations introducing all aspects of mediation be it geographical, professional, or tied to a specific branch of the law, thus staying true to the name of the conference in giving an overview.

Foresee’s executive, in her speech introduced the restorative attitude, the main techniques and models as well as the stakeholders of restorative programs, but also spoke of the ideal timing and placing of such programs, and explained when is there the best chance to see involvement and how that can be achieved. She also made mention of Foresee’s projects, like for example the now finished MEREPS Project or the ongoing projetcs, „Peace Making Circles” and „ALTERNATIVE”.

The presentation can be read in Hungarian here.

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