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Title: Análisis del sistema de mediación penal juvenil en Cataluña
Author: Giménez Pedralba, Irene
Director: Ferran Planas, Elisabet
Keywords: juvenile penal mediation
Catalonia
conflict resolution
justice
Issue Date: Jul-2017
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Mediation in the juvenile criminal field can be considered a tool with great potential, not only for the resolution of conflicts in the field of criminal law but also for a general change of mentality at community and social level as regards The management of conflict in the development of which actions have been committed that have violated the law and therefore constitute a crime. The Mediation and Victim Repair Program in the juvenile criminal field in Catalonia can be described as one of the applications of the restorative justice paradigm most pioneering in our country, as it began to be put into practice before there was a legal framework officially established for this purpose, and was based, in its beginnings, in different agreements and European directives, until a law was formalized in Spain that contained a reference to this type of alternative procedure to traditional judicial practice. This project aims to analyze the functioning of this mediation system in the juvenile criminal field, both at the institutional level and at the most practical level, as well as collecting the results that have been obtained so far and assessing in what way These have contributed to the culture of peace and generate a change in the resolution offers that are provided from the law in front of the conflicts of the people who are involved in them.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/84647
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