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Navajo peacemaking: original dispute resolution and a life way

Source: (2006) In, Dennis Sullivan and Larry Tifft editors, "Handbook of Restorative Justice" A Global Perspective. London and New York: Routledge. Taylor & Francis Group pp.151-160This analysis of Navajo peacemaking attempts to describe how Navaj... READ MORE

"Life Comes from It":Navajo Justice Concepts

Source: (2005) In, Nielsen, Marianne O. and Zion, James W., editors, Navaja Nation Peacemaking. Living Traditional Justice. The University of Arizona Press. Tucson pp. 42-57Navajo justice is unique because it is the product of the experience of th... READ MORE

"Navajo Thinking": Peacemaking Planning and Policy

Source: (2005) In, Nielsen, Marianne O. and Zion, James W., editors, Navaja Nation Peacemaking. Living Traditional Justice. The University of Arizona Press. Tucson pp.177-198This policy study seeks to view law, justice , and social problems in a n... READ MORE

Healing as Justice: The Navajo Response to Crime.

Source: (2005) In Wanda D. McCaslin, ed., Justice as Healing: Indigenous Ways. Writings on Community Peacemaking and Restorative Justice from the Native Law Centre. St. Paul, MN: Living Justice Press. Pp. 121-133."When the Navajo courts define law... READ MORE

Navajo Peacemaking and Intercultural Dispute Resolution.

Source: (2004) In Catherine Bell and David Kahane, eds, Intercultural Dispute Resolution in Aboriginal Contexts. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. Pp. 107-115.While it is possible that indigenous justice methods can be used elsewher... READ MORE

The healing and community justice policy of the judicial branch of the Navajo Nation

Source: (1998) Remarks of the Honorable Robert Yazzie, Chief Justice of the Navajo Nation, presented at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona, on 1 May. Downloaded 3 September 2004.According to Robert Yazzie, the Navajo Nation courts a... READ MORE

Navajo justice

Source: (2000) YES! A Journal of Positive Futures (Fall).In 2000 the Navajo Nation Council revised the Navajo Nation Criminal Code to eliminate prison sanctions for many offenses, to require peacemaking processes in criminal cases, and to ensure t... READ MORE

Navajo Restorative Justice: The Law of Equity and Harmony.

Source: (1996) In: B. Galaway and J. Hudson (eds.), Restorative Justice: International Perspectives. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press, pp. 157-174.In 1982, the Navajo Nation established Navajo Peacemaker Courts; respected community leaders organ... READ MORE