Source: (2013) Harvard Journal Of Law and Gender Blog. Posted 6 October 2013.

In order to ensure that survivors are protected and that proceedings are equitable and fair, any restorative justice program dealing with campus rape cases should adopt measures developed by the programs discussed above in Part IV. This includes giving survivors control at each juncture over whether the process should go forward; using well-trained facilitators who are not only familiar with the restorative justice process but also well versed in issues related to sex discrimination and sexual assault; and preparing participants in advance. Participating stakeholders should include the students involved, their families, close friends, trained counselors, and members of the faculty who have strong relationships with the students. (excerpt)


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