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“Restorative Indigenous Justice: States and Communities in Tension.”

d'Errico, Peter
June 4, 2015

Source: (1999) Contemporary Justice Review. 9(2): 838.

This article focuses on restorative indigenous justice, which shifts away attention from the state institutions and toward community relations. It covers challenge to state sovereignty as the organizing principle in the world and the spiritual roots of indigenous justice.


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