Stephan Parmentier
Stephan Parmentier
Professor of Criminology and Human Rights, University of Leuven
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The local relevance of human rights
K De Feyter, S Parmentier, C Timmerman, G Ulrich
Cambridge University Press, 2011
Global justice in the aftermath of mass violence. The role of the International Criminal Court in dealing with political crimes
S Parmentier
Int'l Annals Criminology 41, 203, 2003
State crime: Current perspectives
MC Bassiouni, W Chambliss, G Barak, M Bohlander, D Friedrichs, ...
Rutgers University Press, 2010
gross human rights violations. A restorative justice approach
EGM Weitekamp, S Parmentier, K Vanspauwen
Large-scale victimisation as a potential source of terrorist activities …, 2006
Political crimes and serious violations of human rights
S Parmentier, EGM Weitekamp
Sociology of crime, law and deviance 9, 109-144, 2007
Academic freedom as a fundamental right
J Vrielink, P Lemmens, S Parmentier
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 13, 117-141, 2011
Police–youth relationships: A qualitative analysis of Flemish adolescents’ attitudes toward the police
A Dirikx, D Gelders, S Parmentier
European Journal of Criminology 9 (2), 191-205, 2012
Victims and/or perpetrators? Towards an interdisciplinary dialogue on child soldiers
I Derluyn, W Vandenhole, S Parmentier, C Mels
BMC international health and human rights 15, 1-13, 2015
Decoding codes: The dialogue between consumers and suppliers through codes of conduct in the European Community
L Huyse, S Parmentier
Journal of Consumer Policy 13 (3), 253-272, 1990
Developing peacemaking circles in a European context
EGM Weitekamp, HJ Kerner, B Ehret, I Aertsen, S Parmentier, ...
Main Report, 2015
Epilogue: Human trafficking seen from the future
S Parmentier
European Journal of Criminology 7 (1), 95-100, 2010
The South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Towards restorative justice in the field of human rights
S Parmentier
Victim policies and criminal justice on the road to restorative justice …, 2001
An adventure is taking off. Why Restorative Justice: An International Journal?
I Aertsen, S Parmentier, I Vanfraechem, L Walgrave, E Zinsstag
Restorative Justice 1 (1), 1-14, 2013
The police as societal moral agents:“procedural justice” and the analysis of police fiction
A Dirikx, J Van den Bulck, S Parmentier
Journal of broadcasting & electronic media 56 (1), 38-54, 2012
How to repair the harm after violent conflict in Bosnia? Results of a population-based survey
S Parmentier, M Valiñas, E Weitekamp
Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 27 (1), 27-44, 2009
Restorative justice as healing justice: looking back to the future of the concept
EGM Weitekamp, S Parmentier
Restorative Justice 4 (2), 141-147, 2016
Dealing with international crimes in post-war Bosnia: A look through the lens of the affected population
NA Jones, S Parmentier, EGM Weitekamp
European Journal of Criminology 9 (5), 553-564, 2012
In criminal justice we trust? A decade of public opinion research in Belgium
S Parmentier, G Vervaeke
European journal of criminology 8 (4), 286-302, 2011
The International Criminal Court and its trust fund are coming of age: towards a process approach for the reparation of victims
H Rombouts, S Parmentier
International Review of Victimology 16 (2), 149-182, 2009
Dealing with the legacy of mass violence. Changing lenses to restorative justice
S Parmentier, E Weitekamp, K Vanspauwen
Intersentia; Antwerp, 2008
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