Restorative Justice Society – Scientific Committee

Tutator is a member of the Scientific Committee of the Scientific Society for Restorative Justice.

In order to achieve our objectives the Scientific Society of Restorative Justice has a scientific committee with experts well-known at an international level, we want to introduce more experts in this committee to grow up and create an important network in the area of justice with a restorative approach):

Virginia Domingo de la Fuente (Spain)

President of the Scientific Society of Restorative Justice and of the Institute of Restorative Justice-Amepax, coordinator of the Restorative Justice Service of Castilla y León. International Consultant in Restorative Justice. Professor at the International University of La Rioja in the degree of Criminology and Law: with subjects such as Restorative Justice, Social and Educational Intervention and Criminal Law. Member of the Executive Committee of Restorative Justice International. Member of the Working Group on Values and Good Practices in Restorative Justice of the European Forum for Restorative Justice.

Victor Herrero Escrich. (Spain)

Regional Technical Adviser on Juvenile Justice in Latin America and the Caribbean. Terre des Hommes Foundation. Lausanne (Switzerland). Expert on Juvenile Restorative Justice

Gilles Concordel (Switzerland)

Tutator Foundation. Tutator Foundation.

Sandro Calvani ( Thailand )

Currently Strategic Planning Advisor at Mae Fah Luang Foundation. Member of the Executive Committee of Restorative Justice International Director of UNICRI, United Nations from 2007 to 2010.

Per Ketil Andersen (Norway)

Director of the Norwegian Criminal Mediation Services

Martin Wright (Great Britain)

Member of the Restorative Justice Consortium of England. Researcher at the School of Legal Studies, University of Sussex, Brighton. Mediator of the Lambeth Mediation Service, London

Lynette Parker (USA)

Supervisor in the Prison Fellowship organization’s justice programs, the Sycamore Tree Project® and the Communities in Restoration program. Representative of Prison Fellowship at meetings of the United Nations Alliance on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. Member of the Dispute Resolution Center in Warrenton, Virginia

Lisa Rea (USA)

Formerly president of the Justice and Reconciliation Project (JRP). She has been Director of the Criminal Justice Reform Group at Prison Fellowship Ministries in Washington, DC. Founder of Restorative Justice International

Silvia Martinez Canton.

Former advisor to the Cabinet of the Ministry of Justice (Spain). Magistrate

Written by sociedadcientificadejr/comite-cientifico, posted on april 22, 2020

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