The founder of the Real Justice movement uses stories of actual restorative justice conferences to show how conferencing works and how it can change the way our society responds to wrongdoing in schools, criminal justice, the workplace and elsewhere. He demonstrates how conferencing benefits victims, offenders and the community by actively involving those affected by wrongdoing in the process of repairing the harm and by fostering the closure and the emotional healing which is largely denied in our current systems.
|Publisher:||International Institute for Restorative Practices|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||1 MB|
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