Source: (2007) Todmorden,UK: International Institute of Restorative Practices. UK Office.
Built around an engaging story of an incident of wrongdoing and a restorative meeting held to address that incident, Part 1 of the workbook and guidance book is designed to introduce children and young people to the concept of restorative practices. Part 2 deepens this understanding by introducing key elements of restorative practices, including the Social Discipline Window, the Restorative Questions, Fair Process and Compass of Shame. The guidance book includes a resources CD and a ‘Guide to Effective and Sustainable Implementation of Restorative Practices.”
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