Lecturer

Borbála Fellegi, Ph.D., brings her work as a researcher, mediator and conference and peacemaking-circle facilitator to the IIRP. As founder and executive director of the Foresee Research Group, she oversees Hungarian and EU programs researching potential applications of mediation and peacemaking circles in community conflicts and prison settings, and she performs conflict resolution-related research, as well as community-building and training projects.

Dr. Fellegi has been a consultant for the Council of Europe, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the National Crime Prevention Board and the Hungarian Ministry of Justice, and she coordinated a project for the European Forum for Restorative Justice on restorative justice implementation in Central and Eastern Europe.

Her publications include numerous articles, book chapters and books, including: “Practising restorative encounters in community conflicts,” in Policing Minority Communities (2014); “The face behind the fence – conflict management within the prison and beyond,” in Responsibility-Taking, Relationship-Building and Restoration in Prisons (2012), and the book, Towards Reconciliation – The Implementation of Restorative Justice in Hungary (2009). Dr. Fellegi earned a Master in Social Policy from Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary, a Master of Philosophy in Criminology from University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, and a Ph.D. in Social Policy from Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary.