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New Zealanders Awarded the 2005 International Prize for Restorative Justice.

Editor, Lynette
June 4, 2015

Source: (2005) Restorative Justice Online. October 2005 Edition.

Kim Workman and Jackie Katounas were awarded the 2005 International Prize for Restorative Justice. The Prize recognizes significant contributions to advancing restorative justice around the world. It is presented every two years by the Centre for Justice and Reconciliation at Prison Fellowship International (PFI) and is made possible by a gift from Prison Fellowship Canada. The winners were announced during PFI’s International Council Meeting, held August 14-17 in Hong Kong.


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