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Restorative and Reparative Justice.

McKenna, Fionnuala
June 4, 2015

Source: (2000) Chapter 9, in Review of the Criminal Justice System in Northern Ireland, the report of the Criminal Justice System Review, 30 March. Downloaded 5 December 2005.

Our terms of reference require us to consider “… measures to improve the responsiveness
and accountability of, and any lay participation in the criminal justice system”. This chapter
considers the concept of restorative justice and how it is being applied, describes how it has
been developed and applied in other countries, and examines its applicability in Northern Ireland. (excerpt)


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