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Restorative justice in transition.

Clamp, Kerry Leigh
June 4, 2015

Source: (2014) London ; New York : Routledge: Taylor & Francis Group.

1. Introduction 2. Restorative justice as a contested response to conflict and the challenge of the transitional context 3. The value of restorative justice for transitional settings 4. Restorative justice in transition – a multi-layered approach 5. Restorative justice as a mechanism for nation-building 6. Restorative justice as a vehicle for reform 7. Restorative justice as a mechanism for peace-building 8. Conclusion: towards a transformative vision of restorative justice.


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