Source: (2003) Te Ara Whakatika: Newsletter of the court-referred restorative justice project. December. Issue 13. Downloaded 11 June 2004.
Ronda Tokona, a restorative justice conference facilitator and lawyer, appreciates restorative justice on another level, having been a victim herself. The interaction between offender and victim and the powerful impact it has led Ronda to become a facilitator herself. She strongly believes in the need for a ‘connection’ to be made between the behaviour of the offender and its impact on the victim. As a facilitator, she is learning how to help people express themselves at conferences while staying neutral, as well.
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