Dr. Sanja Ćopić is a Senior Research Associate at the Institute of Criminological and Sociological Research in Belgrade and a researcher and the President of the Executive Board of the Victimology Society of Serbia. She currently serves as the editor in chief of Temida, Serbian leading academic journal on victimisation, human rights and gender. She has participated in numerous action-oriented, comparative and experimental research projects on victims of crime, domestic violence, human trafficking, gender-based discrimination, women in prison, reconciliation, victim support, juvenile delinquency, alternative sanctions, and restorative justice. She has published extensively on these topics, both in Serbia and abroad. Sanja also participated in policy-oriented projects related to different forms of victimisation, victims’ rights and restorative justice, as well as those directed towards the promotion of research and activism in Serbia. Main focus of her recent work has been the use of restorative justice in criminal matters and victim’s position in restorative justice programs, and applying restorative approaches in intercultural settings.