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Prisoner facilitated mediation: Bringing peace to prisons and communities.

Kaufer, Laurel
June 4, 2015

Source: (2014) Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution. 16:187-219.

Part II of this Article briefly describes the United States
prison system and how it fails to rehabilitate prisoners, resulting in
disastrous consequences for both inmates and society as a whole.
Part III describes prisoner facilitated mediation(PFM) and its benefits for inmates and communities.
Part IV provides an in depth discussion of Prison of Peace, a
successful prisoner facilitated mediation program. Part V offers
suggestions on how PFM programs could be implemented more
widely. Finally, Part VI provides a brief conclusion. (excerpt)


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