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Wife beating: A case study.

Source: (2009) Contemporary PNG Studies: DWU Research Journal. 11: 115-128.Restorative Justice is one of the buzzwords, which people use when talking about conflict resolution today. For many it is any process, which reduces conflicts and builds... READ MORE

Incorporating Custom Law into State Law in Melanesia.

Source: (2007) Restorative Justice Online. August 2007 Edition.In this article, Pat Howley describes the revival of custom law in Bougainville and its importance in building peace. READ MORE

Incorporating Custom Law into State Law in Melanesia.

Source: (2007) Paper presented as part of the International Diploma in Restorative Justice at Queens University, 10 July 2007.In this paper, Pat Howley tells the story of his involvement in the Bougainville peace process and the revival of custom ... READ MORE

Restorative Justice in Bougainville

Source: (2003) In, Sinclair Dinnen, Anita Jowitt, and Tess Newton Cain, eds., A Kind of Mending: Restorative Justice in the Pacific Islands. Canberra, ACT: Pandanus Books. Pp. 215-254.Howley describes the work of the Peace Foundation Melanesia. Th... READ MORE

Restorative Justice in Bougainville

Source: (2000) Development Bulletin. 53. Pp.23-25. Australian National University. Downloaded 5 May 2003.Bougainville, a set of islands ranging in size, had been a part of Papua New Guinea as a result of European colonialism in the South Pacific. ... READ MORE

PEACE Foundation Melanesia.

Source: (2002) Restorative Justice Online. November 2002 Edition.PEACE Foundation Melanesia is an NGO in Papua New Guinea that provides mediation and restorative justice training to local communities and groups in conflict. This article was writt... READ MORE