Restorative Justice Session 1

Restorative Justice - Session 1
Posted on 11/26/2019
Restorative Justice - Session 1

Restorative Justice is a community-based approach to dealing with disciplinary actions.

The Center for Justice & Reconciliation is internationally recognized as experts on the use of restorative justice.

What is restorative justice? Where in the world is it being used? What are people saying about it? Does it really make a difference in real people's lives? What is its future?

Restorative justice is a theory of justice that emphasizes repairing the harm caused by disciplinary behavior. It is best accomplished through cooperative processes that include all stakeholders. This can lead to transformation of people, relationships and communities.

Practices and programs reflecting restorative purposes will respond to infractions by:

1.         identifying and taking steps to repair harm,
2.         involving all stakeholders, and
3.         transforming the traditional relationship between communities and their governments in responding to infractions.

Check out pictures from both sessions in our 
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