Category Archives: Inge Vanfraechem

What kind of society do we want our children to grow up in?

By Inge Vanfraechem The terrorist attacks in Paris have brought about both an unseen exposure of power (thousands of agents chasing the terrorists) and great showing of solidarity (the marches). A couple of days later, three ex-Syria combatants were uncovered … Continue reading

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A restorative approach to terrorists?

By Inge Vanfraechem Over the last months, media have reported on the radicalised youngsters that have gone to Syria to fight Assad. Politicians are trying to find solutions to this phenomenon first by preventing youngsters from leaving through taking away … Continue reading

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‘Our key word really is alternative’

Inge reflects on the need for restorative justice in our society Inge Vanfraechem is the project manager of the ALTERNATIVE project. She is the driving force behind the partners. She also serves as the liaison between the partners and the … Continue reading

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