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Repairing the Harm: An Introduction to Restorative Justice

Shotton, Kym
June 4, 2015

Source: (1999) Winnipeg: The John Howard Society of Manitoba, Inc.

Repairing the Harm: A Guide to Restorative Justice was developed for the John Howard Society of Manitoba’s Basic Literacy Program. It contains 19 lessons dealing with Restorative Justice. Each lesson is followed by an exercise designed to build basic literacy skills and reinforce materials contained in the lessons. This workbook was written to assist people in understanding the impact that crime has on victims, their families, the community and offenders. And how to repair the harm caused by crime, based on the application of restorative justice principles. (author’s abstract)


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