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Moral and Philosophical Foundations of Restorative Justice

Source: (2002) In, John G. Perry, ed. Repairing Communities Through Restorative Justice. Lanham, MD : American Correctional Association. Pp. 19-37."Although unraveling the precise historical development of even one of these sources would be diffic... READ MORE

Community Circles: Exercising the Power of Community

Source: (2002) Paper presented at "Dreaming of a New Reality," the Third International Conference on Conferencing, Circles and other Restorative Practices, August 8-10, 2002, Minneapolis, Minnesota.We present three kinds of circles used in develop... READ MORE

Moral Education in Victim Offender Conferencing

Source: (1999) Criminal Justice Ethics 18(2).If every crime represents a failure in moral learning—on the part of the offender, his/her community, and possibly the surrounding society-then every crime also presents an opportunity for moral le... READ MORE

Underlying principles: The spirituality of the circle

Source: (1999) Full Circle: The Newsletter of the Restorative Justice Institute 3 (Spring): 2-4.In exploring the nature and purpose of processes with participants arranged in a circle, Schweigert first points in general to the significance of the ... READ MORE

"Moral Education in Victim Offender Conferencing."

Source: (2002) Revision of a paper presented at the First North American Conference on Conferencing. Minneapolis, 6-8 August 1998.This is a substantial revision of a paper presented at a conference on conferencing. It examines the potential for mo... READ MORE