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Restorative Justice Takes Off in Uganda

Liebmann, Marian
June 4, 2015

Source: (2002) Report on a trip to Uganda in August 2002. Downloaded 16 April 2004.

This report covers the background and activities of a project in Uganda which sought to facilitate implementation of the Children Statute 1996. During a three-week trip, the author conducted training in victim-offender mediation skills, including training of trainers from Masaka, and also piloted a Training Manual. The workshops involved role plays and discussion of cultural aspects such as seating arrangements, concern about corruption, and verbal participation of the young offender.


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