This international conference, organised by the European Forum for Urban Safety in November 2006, brought together 800 participants for discussions around all major issues and current challenges in urban safety. It ended with the adoption of the ZARAGOZA MANIFESTO , an important policy document summarising the cities’ specific recommendations on crime prevention policies in Europe.
The conference also included a workshop on mediation entitled “New Conflicts? New Solutions?” looking at mediation as a new and promising tool in improving urban safety by efficient conflict management.
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