Discussion Paper: The European Arrest Warrant – One Step Closer to Reform?

In this discussion paper, Imogen Parker explains in brief the European Arrest Warrant and some of the problems for criminal justice which have arisen during the its implementation. She makes recommendations which readers can bring before their MEP, on how to ensure that extraditions do not result in problems such as people being imprisoned while […]

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Around Europe 351 – June/July 2013

In this issue of Around Europe Programme Assistant Imogen Parker discusses the ethics of electronic monitoring in Europe. She writes that while this technological advancement could be used, in specific circumstances, as a viable alternative to imprisonment, this should not be seen as simply a cheap replacement for imprisonment. Quaker Representative Alexandra Bosbeer talks about the underlying value of nature […]

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Green paper response: criminal justice in the field of detention

Strengthening mutual trust in the European Judicial Area – a Green Paper on the application of EU criminal justice legislation in the field of Detention Our research comparing the operation of prison systems across Europe has led us to certain conclusions, which we clarify here because they inform our thinking about the questions in the […]

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Around Europe 313 – June 2009

What are the obstacles and opportunities to help move Europe’s transport networks towards a sustainable fututre? Air travel: Understanding the Consequences; Restorative Justice: Revolutionising the way we respond to crime by exploring alternatives to imprisonment…; In Memoriam: Marianne Boelsma-Studinger Click here to download (PDF – 366 Kb) Deutsche Ausgabe – Juni 2009 Luftverkehr: die Folgen […]

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