Source: (2006) VORP Information and Resource Center.
n May, 2006 I had the unique opportunity to spend two weeks on speaking tours of Argentina and Chile as a restorative justice expert. Initially, I was invited by the Argentine Ministry of Justice. The Chilean Ministry of Justice requested that my tour be extended to Chile after they learned I would be coming to Argentina. The tour was sponsored and paid for by the U.S. Department of Stateâ€™s Democracy and Human Rights International Information Program. The tour program was called, “Restorative Justice: Practices and Pitfalls – How to Make it Work.” (excerpt)
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