The Swiss RJ Forum strives to support those affected by crime
crime as much as possible, be it people who have been victims of crime, people who have committed crimes, or members of all affected parties.
We work in a trauma-informed way with all affected parties and adhere to the values and standards defined by the European Forum for Restorative Justice (EFRJ).
Please contact us if you require any assistance. We will be happy to see how we can support you and, where possible, put you in touch with trained specialists or institutions.
In this brochure you will find more information on the possibilities of restorative justice:
If you have committed a crime yourself or if you are a relative, you will find more information in this brochure about the possibilities that restorative justice can offer:
Please contact us for further questions or requests: swissrjforum (at) gmail.com; 076 746 12 88
We are also happy to answer questions from professionals regarding the possibilities offered by restorative justice.
Participation in restorative group dialogues:
Several times a year, victims of crime have the opportunity to participate in restorative group dialogues. Victims and offenders of similar crimes who do not know each other meet in a prison to discuss about crime and its consequences. People who have suffered crimes have the opportunity to tell their story in a safe and respectful environment and explain to prisoners the impact of crimes and the suffering they cause. Previous participants greatly appreciated this safe exchange and found the conversations beneficial and helpful. It is possible to participate in German or French.
Under "News" you will find reports about the experiences of these group dialogues.
If you are interested, please contact us for more information: swissrjforum (at) gmail.com; 076 746 12 88