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From Kneecappings Toward Peace: The Use of Intra-Community Dispute Resolution in Northern Ireland

Cody, Patrick
June 4, 2015

Source: (2008) Journal of Dispute Resolution, vol. 2:555-569

The article explores the history and effectiveness of restorative justice organizations in Northern Ireland that seek to defuse paramilitary groups on both the Catholic and the Protestant sides. The author addresses criticism of the groups and offers his own justification of the restorative justice efforts.


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