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Georgia State University to launch national resource for restorative justice

February 24, 2009

The clearinghouse will include a state-by-state guide to statutes,
case law, agencies and programs. The clearinghouse will also provide a
method of social networking to allow those in the field to interface
with one another, as well as academic articles, legal resources and
research into the field.

Restorative justice practitioners often focus on specific
activities, specializing in issues such as aiding victims of violent
crimes. The clearinghouse will allow those practitioners to help
provide for victims and others who need services in a variety of fields
in which the practitioner doesn’t necessarily have expertise.

Read more about this
interesting initiative.


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