Source: (2004) London, UK: EsmÃ©e Fairbairn Foundation. Downloaded 8 September 2004.
Restorative justice (RJ) describes efforts to repair the damage caused by an offenderâ€™s crime through dialogue and negotiation involving the victim and the wider community. Drawing on the findings of a major inquiry undertaken by JUSTICE, this briefing charts RJâ€™s international appeal and sets out ten key lessons that should govern its further growth in Britain. Author’s abstract.
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