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A Little Manual of Restorative Justice.

Just Equipping, Tania R.
June 4, 2015

Source: (2008) Ottawa: Public Safety Canada.

The little manual wants to put into your hands a basic training
tool. The themes addressed in the various modules are themes
that the writerspractitioners have found useful in seeking to
educate communities about restorative justice and engage
citizens in a deeper reflection about the criminal justice system.
Some of the modules are brief and seek only to draw attention to
a few key elements and leave you with questions for discussion.
Some others are lengthier and seek to provide you with food for
thought. Depending on the length of the educational sessions, all
of the modules may not be covered. It is estimated that proper
coverage of all modules, allowing time for significant input from
participants, would take at least three full days. Ideally, we
recommend spreading it over a week. The modules could also be
presented on a weekly basis depending on the availability of the
audience. (excerpt)


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