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A restorative approach to family violence : changing tack.

Hayden, Anne
June 4, 2015

Source: (2014) Farnham ; Burlington, Vt. : Ashgate Pub. Limited.

Contents: Part I: Setting the scene —
Living with intimate partner violence: Heeni’s story / Heeni Rongo in collaboration with Naida Glavish and Anne Hayden —
Family violence and the courts / David Mather —
Part II: Violence in the home —
Understanding the prevalence of violence against women in New Zealand —
implications for restorative justice / Janet Fanslow —
Ma matou ma tatau —
working together to change young lives : where to next with child protection in New Zealand? / Paul Nixon —
Elder abuse and neglect / Judith Davey —
Violent girls —
a casualty of family violence / Donna Swift —
Part III: The practice of restorative justice in family violence —
a case study —
Titiro Whakamuri’s looking back —
Titiro Whakamua’s looking forward / Maxine Rennie —
Changing lives through restorative justice —
a judicial perspective / Chris McGuire —
Restoring the balance —
restorative justice and intimate partner violence / Ken McMaster —
Part IV: Recognizing culture in restorative responses to family violence —
The promise and possibilities of restorative justice as a way of addressing intimate partner violence in England and Wales / Loraine Gelsthorpe —
Restorative practice with family violence / Julia Hennessy, Mike Hinton and Natalia Taurima —
A Pacific perspective on restorative justice: the power of saying “sorry” / Marie Ropeti —
Part V: Restorative justice and family violence —
research findings —
The use of restorative justice in family violence : the New Zealand experience / Venezia Kingi —
Perpetrators’ and victims’ views of restorative justice and intimate partner violence / Anne Hayden —
Taking a fresh look —
fathers and family violence / Gale Burford and Joan Pennell —
Sibling sexual abuse —
offending patterns and dynamics in conferences / Kathleen Daly and Dannielle Wade —
Part VI: Challenges and opportunities —
Gendered violence and restorative justice / Julie Stubbs —
Reflections of family violence and restorative justice —
addressing the critique / Anne Hayden —
A restorative approach to family violence: changing tack —
concluding thoughts / Heather Strang.


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