The promise of restorative justice: New approaches for criminal justice and beyond
Reviewed by Martin Wright
It is becoming increasingly clear that the principles of restorative justice can be used, as the editors say, outside the formal criminal justice system, and this book bears witness to that. Half is about criminal justice, and half about other applications in schools and elsewhere. The contributors reflect the book’s origins among a group at Fresno Pacific University in California, but other chapters come from Bulgaria, Canada, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom.
Jan 28, 2011 Prison Cell, Story, Police Station, Reform, System, Other, Prison, Policy, Lecture Hall, Book Review, Practice, Restorative Justice Online Blog -- RJOB, Peace Commission, Chapel Pew, School, Work Place, RJ Office, Class Room, Press Room, National Reconciliation, Workplaces, Court House, Legislative Assembly, Victim Support, Victim, Correspondent:Martin Wright