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Privatisation and public private partnership; (full text available only in Dutch)
Divorce and parenting; (full text available only in Dutch)
Paths to Justice in the Netherlands 2009; (full text available only in Dutch)
This study is a follow-up of the 2003 Paths to Justice study. It provides a quantitative total overview of the so-called...
Mediation Monitor 2005-2008; final report (full text available only in Dutch)
The aim of the research is to analyse to what extent the financial and referral provisions have been used and what results...
Dispute resolution behaviour; an overview of explanations
This study addresses the lack of knowledge bij bringing together, in a structured manner, an inventory of the existing...
Monitor Mediation 2008; Interim report
This interim report provides an overview in figures of the 2007 state of affairs regarding the referral facilities and the...
Peer mediation on primary and secondary schools
Peer mediation at schools is a structured process in which pupils act as neutral third parties and offer support to their...
Towards a 'practical legal order'; Contributions from the social sciences
This report focuses on the promotion of both the role that prosocial standards play in terms of people's behaviour and the...
Mediation monitor 2007; Interim report
To promote people's familiarity with and the use of mediation, policy measures (mediation facilities at Legal Counters and...
The filter effect of extrajudicial procedures - an exploratory study
This exploratory study is aimed at a specific aspect of extrajudicial settlement of disputes: the further referral of such...
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