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Practice Standards for Restorative Justice. A Practitioner’s Toolkit.

Skelton, Ann
June 4, 2015

Source: (2007) Pretoria, South Africa: the Restorative Justice Initiative.

This toolkit presents a set of “Practice Standards for Restorative Justice,” and consists of a set of tools to guide their usage. The intended purpose of these standards is to guide the implementation of restorative justice programmes and processes link to the criminal justice system. The standards presented here were developed from a review of literature in the field of restorative justice, and consultations with stakeholders in this field. They are specifically derived from a range of restorative justice values and principles, drawn from the literature…” (excerpt)


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