Associazione Aleteia – Studi e ricerche giustizia riparativa e mediazione, since 2010 works for the Humanistic mediation that is one of the cornerstone of the association, which coordinates and manages, with an employ of Justice Minister – Center of child Justice for Tuscany and Umbria, the interdisciplinary Regional Center of Child Restorative Justice.
Since January 2017 Aleteia has an important role of welcoming, support and guidance for crime victims thanks to Rete Dafne Firenze, for which it’s creator partner with Florence Court, Tuscany Power of attorney, ASL Toscana Centro and Florence’s Municipality.
Aleteia’s operators, with different work – studies routes, have been tracking a specific victimological train course, in which have took experience and contribute person who daily work with victim: judges, lawyers, doctors, carabinieri and social assistants. At the end of the formative course, from January 23, on the basis of Directive 29/2012, Aleteia guarantees, with Rete Dafne Firenze, information services for the rights, guidance for/of territorial services, judiciary accompaniment, psychological and psychiatric support, as well as re-victim mediation.
Finally, from June 2016, in collaboration with Associazione Apab, Regional penal services Administration for Tuscany and Umbria, inter-borough office for penal execution for Tuscany and Umbria, and Child Justice Center , runs Progetto MEF- Mediation , restorative activities and mediation, an innovating project that deals with people, children or adults, in probation o penal execution. Project’s target is to individuate personal road most appropriate for every one (it may include training, restorative activities and/or mediation), also because of a matching between single knowledge and necessities of bodies who are available for the welcoming, carried out by center of orientation.
The project “Rete Dafne” was established as a non-profit association (Rete Dafne Onlus) in November 2015. The association is a network of 6 organizations.
The mission of the organisation is to assist and provide direct services to all victims of any type of crime.
The staff of the association consists of skilled and qualified professionals (8 psychologists, 3 psychiatrists, 2 lawyers, 4 mediators, 2 social workers and 2 secretaries).
Rete Dafne Onlus implement activities directed to victims as well as “indirect” activities aimed at operators, the network of services and the local community. The services provided to victims are divided into four phases: 1. Information; 2. Welcome; 3. Orientation; 4. Specialised itineraries.