Source: (1996) Center for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies.
As revised May 1996 at the UN Alliance of NGOs Working Party on Restorative Justice, this page presents 11 principles of restorative justice as identified by the author. It summarizes his longer descriptions in other sources, such as the 1995 July-November issue of VORP News, and his paper presented at the National Center for Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution in 1995.
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