Source: (2000) Report based on a Seminar held at the Institute for Public Policy Research, London, 15 April 1999, under the auspices of The Restorative Justice Consortium.
This seminar brought together twenty key people concerned with restorative justice, senior decision-makers and policy formers along with key researchers and restorative justice specialists. It aimed to map out a shared set of priorities for taking restorative justice forward from an increasingly influential idea, but one still at the margins of criminal policy thinking, to a central position in criminal justice theory and practice. (excerpt)
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