Source: (2013) The Prevention Researcher. 20(1):21-24.
While this issues has been focused around the topic of restorative justice, I think it is important to explore an approach which builds on restorative justice and takes it a step further, that of restorative practices. If restorative justice is “intervention” then restorative practices would be “prevention” — an approach tat we, at the Prevention Researcher, are partial to! I would like to thank Mr. Ted Wachtel, President and Founder of the International Institute of Restorative Practices Graduate School, for taking the time to explain restorative practices. (excerpt)
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