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Médiation et jeunesse

Médiation et jeunesse

Author: Jean Mirimanoff
Publisher: Primento
ISBN: 2804466450
Pages: 706
Year: 2013-09-09
Les conflits font partie de la vie. Adultes comme enfants y sont confrontés. La réponse privilégiée tant par les personnes que par les institutions est le recours au tribunal ou à la force. Pour leur permettre d’être entendus ou pour leur apprendre à prévenir la violence et à gérer les conflits, la médiation ouvre aux mineurs une nouvelle voie qui est encore largement méconnue, donc sous utilisée. C’est pour la faire connaître et en encourager l’accès que le présent ouvrage offre un panorama, pour plusieurs pays, de pratiques novatrices. La médiation familiale offre un espace possible aux enfants et adolescents : comment sont-ils concrètement accueillis, avec quelles précautions, compétences, et garanties déontologiques ? Comment concilier la place participative de l’enfant avec la responsabilité des adultes de décider de leur sort ? La médiation en milieu scolaire présente une très grande diversité d’expériences pour atteindre un objectif primordial : au-delà de la lutte contre la violence, comment permettre aux jeunes de prendre confiance en eux et de devenir des citoyens responsables? La médiation pénale des mineurs s’adresse aux victimes et aux auteurs de violence : comment permettre à ces adolescents de se situer dans une approche plus restauratrice que punitive, et d’œuvrer pour un lien social réparé ? Le présent ouvrage auquel ont contribué 44 spécialistes issus de 9 pays (Algérie, Belgique, Canada, Côte d’Ivoire, France, Liban, Luxembourg, Maroc et Suisse) s’adresse à tous ceux que ce thème implique : les jeunes, les parents, les enseignants, les travailleurs sociaux, les psychologues, les avocats, les médiateurs, les magistrats, les éducateurs et le personnel d’encadrement éducatif et les autorités concernées (Ministères de la Jeunesse, de la Justice, de la Famille, de l’Éducation nationale et de la Santé).
Dictionnaire de la résolution amiable des différends

Dictionnaire de la résolution amiable des différends

Author: Martine Becker, Cinthia Levy, Jean Mirimanoff, Federica Oudin, Anne-Sophie Schumacher, Coralie Smets-Gary
Publisher: Éditions Larcier
ISBN: 2804484696
Pages: 356
Year: 2015-08-26
Cet ouvrage – qui comporte quelque 200 lexies allant de Accès à la médiation à Zone d’accord possible – a pour objectif général de présenter les avantages de la résolution amiable des différends en matière civile, et pour objectif particulier d’inciter les parties, par la médiation, à se réapproprier leur différend. Les modes amiables, fondés sur le consensualisme, doivent intervenir le plus en amont possible, sur un autre plan que celui fondé sur le syllogisme juridique cher à la justice traditionnelle, pour prévenir ou surmonter le litige en s’attelant aux faces cachées du conflit : les sentiments, préoccupations, motivations, émotions, valeurs, besoins, intérêts, etc. Les modes amiables de résolution des différends privilégient en effet la restauration des liens entre les parties (ou leur dissolution de manière intelligente et sereine) ainsi que la recherche de solutions mutuellement avantageuses axées le plus souvent sur l’avenir. Et leurs approches, méthodes et outils ainsi que les principes qui les animent permettent d’y parvenir, par le rétablissement du dialogue et par la découverte des intérêts communs. Ce lexique répond à des questions concrètes telles : quel est le rôle de l’avocat dans le processus ? Que signifie un aparté ? Quelles sont les différentes manières de communiquer ? Existe-t-il plusieurs types de négociations ? Comment fonctionnent les modes hybrides ? Quels sont les principes qui guident la RAD ? Il s’adresse donc aussi bien aux juristes – avocats, magistrats, arbitres, notaires et autres femmes et hommes de loi – pour les familiariser avec ce que l’on appelle la justice participative, qu’aux RH des entreprises, associations, institutions et administrations qui savent déjà que l’intérêt de l’employeur consiste à ne pas laisser pourrir une situation au détriment des employés et de l’entreprise. Il s’adresse également aux élèves ou étudiants en gestion des conflits au sein d’instituts ou d’écoles de médiation ainsi qu’à toutes celles et ceux qui, enseignants, éducateurs et assistants sociaux, ont recours à ces instruments pour ramener la paix sociale.
Soziale Arbeit im Kontext Schule

Soziale Arbeit im Kontext Schule

Author: Emanuela Chiapparini, Renate Stohler, Esther Bussmann
Publisher: Verlag Barbara Budrich
ISBN: 3863883284
Pages: 140
Year: 2018-05-14
Der Sammelband gibt Einblick in Handlungsfelder und Angebote der Sozialen Arbeit im Kontext Schule und fokussiert erstmals auf verschiedene gegenwärtige Entwicklungen in der deutsch- und der französischsprachigen Schweiz. Zudem werden mit praxis- und forschungsbasierten Beiträgen die Chancen und Herausforderungen der Sozialen Arbeit in der Schule dargelegt und diskutiert.
Campaigning for Children

Campaigning for Children

Author: Jo Becker
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 1503603040
Pages: 232
Year: 2017-08-15
Advocates within the growing field of children's rights have designed dynamic campaigns to protect and promote children's rights. This expanding body of international law and jurisprudence, however, lacks a core text that provides an up-to-date look at current children's rights issues, the evolution of children's rights law, and the efficacy of efforts to protect children. Campaigning for Children focuses on contemporary children's rights, identifying the range of abuses that affect children today, including early marriage, female genital mutilation, child labor, child sex tourism, corporal punishment, the impact of armed conflict, and access to education. Jo Becker traces the last 25 years of the children's rights movement, including the evolution of international laws and standards to protect children from abuse and exploitation. From a practitioner's perspective, Becker provides readers with careful case studies of the organizations and campaigns that are making a difference in the lives of children, and the relevant strategies that have been successful—or not. By presenting a variety of approaches to deal with each issue, this book carefully teases out broader lessons for effective social change in the field of children's rights.
Bullying at School

Bullying at School

Author: Dan Olweus
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118695801
Pages: 152
Year: 2013-05-30
Bullying at School is the definitive book on bullying/victim problems in school and on effective ways of counteracting and preventing such problems.
Young People from Lower-income Neighborhoods

Young People from Lower-income Neighborhoods

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Publisher: Council of Europe
ISBN: 9287161305
Pages: 243
Year: 2007
The question of young people from lower-income neighbourhoods is often on the political agenda, and the responses proposed vary according to circumstances and the social visibility of a problem which sometimes translates into violence. Nonetheless this problem is far from being resolved, nor is it approached via a long-term strategy aimed at devising alternatives. This guide proposes food for thought and instruments aimed at bringing to light the stigmatisation and stereotypical ideas that are often the starting point for so-called youth integration initiatives targeting young people from these neighbourhoods.
The Adolescent Today in Medicine

The Adolescent Today in Medicine

Author: Nicolas Zdanowicz
Publisher: Nova Science Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 1600217648
Pages: 155
Year: 2007-01-01
During the past 10 years, it has become clear that adolescence is a crucial time for the acquisition of behaviours that will favour good overall health. Indeed, the more adolescents who are able to make favourable decisions regarding their health, the more effective a prevention policy we will have for a number of diseases and illnesses (cardiovascular, psychiatric, cancer, etc.). The specialist's goal is to have the young person assume more responsibility for his or her health. Such a goal should take into account a number of factors specific to this age group. Accordingly, adolescents should not be thought of simply as miniature adults. If disease is defined in the adult as a loss of good health, it is defined as a problem in the development of good health during adolescence. At this age, the state of one's health can be attributed, in part, to various adolescent stresses such as family relationships, depressive experiences, and behaviours that include experimentation with drugs. A health care professional must be able to take all of these factors into account. This book gives a voice to the various specialists who encourage this particular way of thinking when approaching adolescents and their health.
Restoring Justice

Restoring Justice

Author: Daniel W. Van Ness, Karen Heetderks Strong
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317521684
Pages: 236
Year: 2014-02-01
Restoring Justice: An Introduction to Restorative Justice offers a clear and convincing explanation of restorative justice, a movement within criminal justice with growing worldwide influence. It explores the broad appeal of this new vision and offers a brief history of its development. The book presents a theoretical foundation for the principles and values of restorative justice and develops its four cornerpost ideas of encounter, amends, inclusion and reintegration. After exploring how restorative justice ideas and values may be integrated into policy and practice, it presents a series of key issues commonly raised about restorative justice, summarizing various perspectives on each.
The Philosophy of Fine Art

The Philosophy of Fine Art

Author: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
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Year: 1920

Bulletin signalétique

Bulletin signalétique

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Year: 1994

The Unbounded Level of the Mind

The Unbounded Level of the Mind

Author: Richard Janda, Rosalie Jukier, Daniel Jutras
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773583424
Pages:
Year: 2015-05-01
Roderick A. Macdonald (1948-2014), internationally renowned for his expertise on access to justice, legal pluralism, and the philosophy of law, was first and foremost a teacher and mentor. He believed in the law as a promise our society makes to itself, and passionately imparted this message to students who went on to become lawyers, judges, and academics. Throughout his career, including participation in several government commissions and tenures as dean of law at McGill University and president of the Law Commission of Canada, he strove to promote ideas that have become woven into our contemporary understanding of unity, reconciliation, accommodation, and social justice. The Unbounded Level of the Mind brings together the fascinating essays developed from presentations made at a symposium, held in February 2014 at McGill’s Faculty of Law, in honour of Rod Macdonald. Eminent legal scholars from Canada and beyond explore various aspects of Macdonald’s rich scholarship, reflecting on the influence this has had on their own work and its implications for the future. Organized around six cross-cutting themes – kaleidoscopic federalism, producing fairness, pluralizing the subject, the priority of distributive justice, contextualizing governance, and pursuing virtue – this volume is both a tribute to Macdonald’s dedication to the law and a call to challenge all assumptions in the quest to better our society.
Safeguarding Adults and Children with Disabilities Against Abuse

Safeguarding Adults and Children with Disabilities Against Abuse

Author: Hilary Brown
Publisher: Council of Europe
ISBN: 9287149194
Pages: 132
Year: 2002-01-01
This report addresses a broad range of abuses and mistreatment committed against all disabled children and adults. Discrimination against people with disabilities is inextricably linked to abuse and the disabled are often offered less support than other people and barred from effective means of escape or redress when they are harmed. The report aims to make visible the extent and nature of such abuse. It advocates a model of protection that enhances the rights of disabled to take decisions and appropriate risks in their ordinary lives.
Power, Trust, and Meaning

Power, Trust, and Meaning

Author: S. N. Eisenstadt
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226195562
Pages: 403
Year: 1995-06-15
S. N. Eisenstadt is well known for his wide-ranging investigations of modernization, social stratification, revolution, comparative civilization, and political development. This collection of twelve major theoretical essays spans more than forty years of research, to explore systematically the bases of human action and society. Framed by a new introduction and an extensive epilogue, which are themselves important statements about processes of institutional formations and cultural creativity, the essays trace the major developments of contemporary sociological theory and analysis. Examining themes of trust and solidarity among immigrants, youth groups, and generations, and in friendships, kinships, and patron-client relationships, Eisenstadt explores larger questions of social structure and agency, conflict and change, and the reconstitution of the social order. He looks also at political and religious systems, paying particular attention to great historical empires and the major civilizations. United by what they reveal about three major dimensions of social life—power, trust, and meaning—these essays offer a vision of culture as both a preserving and a transforming aspect of social life, thus providing a new perspective on the relations between culture and social structure.
The Principles of Jewish Law

The Principles of Jewish Law

Author: Menachem Elon
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 1412807190
Pages: 866
Year: 1975
Discussions of the problems of religion and state reflected in the legal system too often occur against a background of ignorance of the scope and detail of Jewish law. This book is a comprehensive source of information and clarification of the principles and institutions of Jewish law in all its areas. It is a single-volume treatment of a subject that is now recognized as a legitimate discipline in the study of law. Originally included in the Encyclopedia Judaica and previously available in a hardcover edition, this material is now available for the first time in a paperback edition. The intention is to make it easy to use and available for a wider audience.The book begins with a major introduction discussing the development of Jewish law. This introduction is followed by eight sections offering the reader a methodical description of the principles and institutions of Jewish law: The Sources of Law; General; Laws of Property; Laws of Obligation and Torts; Family Law and Inheritance; Criminal Law; Jurisdiction, Procedure, Evidence and Execution; and Public and Administrative Law, and Conflict of Laws. The material is treated in a modern legal manner with extensive detail given to comparative law. Bibliographical information is offered at the end of each section. The comprehensive subject index is an indispensable aid in locating a given theme. All of the contributions to this book have been written by outstanding legal personalities of Israel. Collectively the work "represents an eminent contribution covering all aspects of jurisprudence, except religious ritual, in Judaism. Its broad scope encompasses much that should be of interest to students in history, economics, sociology, and culture." (Solomon Faber).
Compasito

Compasito

Author: Nancy Flowers, Maria Emília Brederode Santos, Zsuzsanna Szelényi
Publisher: Council of Europe
ISBN: 9287163693
Pages: 315
Year: 2007
Living among other people, in their families and communities, children become aware from a very early age of questions related to justice, and they search for the meaning of the world. By fostering an understanding of human rights, shaping opinion and developing attitudes, human rights education strongly supports this natural interest and learning process. This is what human rights education is about and this is what ’Compasito manual on human rights education for children' is for.’Compasito' is a starting point for educators, teachers and trainers who are ready to deal with human rights education with children of 7-13 years. The book covers the key concepts of human rights and children's rights, and provides substantial theoretical background to 13 key human rights issues, such as democracy, citizenship, gender equality, environment, media, poverty, and violence.The 42 practical activities serve to engage and motivate children to recognise human rights issues in their own environment. They help children to develop critical thinking, responsibility and a sense of justice, and help them learn how to take action to contribute to the betterment of their school or community. The manual also gives practical tips on how it can be used in various formal and non-formal educational settings.