Other Models, Role of the UN and the Exportability of the Xingshi Hejie
The issues of mediation in criminal matters, as well as the wider one about restorative justice, have been the subject of increasing academic attention in recent years. Therefore, it is suitable to review the most significant examples of these practices in the various states in which they are well established.
KeywordsRestorative Process Restorative Justice Criminal Case Criminal Proceeding Criminal Matter
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