Report on the Current State of Mediation in Criminal Proceedings in Czechia and Slovakia

The report was produced as part of our new JUSTIN project, which was launched on 10 June, 2022, in Bratislava.

In the report states, for example, that – in Czechia – there is a great potential for the implementation of mediation both for more serious crimes, and during the post-sentencing stage. In Slovakia it is necessary to build adequate capacities for full provision of restorative justice methods. The report, however, contains also information on the rise of mediation, its current challenges, and much more.

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Study Trip to Finland: Eye to Eye – JUSTIN Erasmus+ Project

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We Launched the JUSTIN Project in Bratislava

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