Restoring Justice and Security in Intercultural Europe
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This book is based on an innovative and exploratory action research project in four European countries, which challenges the obsessive focus on security concerns, the merging of the security discourse with intercultural contexts, and the emphasis on technology and surveillance as a way to conceive the doing of security. Both the project and the book offer another vision on what security means and how it can be done, by multiplying participatory encounters between different groups in society, promoting opportunities for deliberations and dialogue about alternative forms of conviviality.
The book is one of two volumes resulting from the work by a group of researchers in six European countries having cooperated intensively during four years in ALTERNATIVE, an action research project funded under the EU Seventh Framework Programme.
1. Difference as culture: Roots and implications of a mode of framing (Ida Hydle and Marie Louise Seeberg)
2. Mapping the cultural turn in (in)security discourses: Highlighting the path for restorative justice (Brunilda Pali)
3. In the name of security: Justice under threat or restored? (Tim Chapman)
4. Restorative justice: Doing justice and security? (Christa Pelikan and Ivo Aertsen)
5. Restorative justice and urban citizenship: A comparative dialogue between Vienna and Brussels (Erik Claes and Katrin Kremmel)
6. Counteracting social exclusion through restorative approaches (Gabor Hera)
7. Re-imagining security and justice in post-conflict societies through restorative lenses (Vesna Nikolic-Ristanovic, Sanja Copic, Nikola Petrovic and Bejan Saciri)
8. Security and justice in transition: Restorative justice and the politics of hope in Northern Ireland (Derick Wilson and Hugh Campbell)
9. Community in conflict in intercultural contexts and how restorative justice can respond (Tim Chapman and Katrin Kremmel)
10. Critical reflections on active participation under new governance models (Christa Pelikan and Mario Ragazzi)
11. Restorative justice in the societies of control: The ambivalence of decentralised state control in participative justice processes (Espen Marius Foss and Brunilda Pali)
12. Looking at the European policy level: the place of restorative justice in intercultural environments (Edit Torzs, Katrien Lauwaert and Ivo Aertsen)
Conclusion: Restorative justice - A tool for conviviality (Brunilda Pali)
Ivo Aertsen is Full Professor of Criminology at the University of Leuven and leads the Leuven Institute of Criminology Research Line on 'Restorative Justice and Victimology'. His main fields of research and teaching are victimology, penology and restorative justice. He is Editor-in-Chief of 'Restorative Justice: An International Journal'. He was the academic coordinator of the European FP7 project ALTERNATIVE.