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“Re-story-ing” our restorative practices.

Rundell, Frida
June 4, 2015

Source: (2007) reclaiming children and youth. 16(2): 52-59.

The invitation to cross a frontier into a new territory
requires certain knowledge, skills, and experience.
Pioneers who travel across the mainland in search of
new territory experience doubt and hardships on the
journey. The new territory poses challenges that
invite new ways of working. Cooperation and covision
become essential principles of survival if a
new way of living restoratively is to be realized. (Excerpt)


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