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Restorative juvenile justice: The challenges, the rewards.

Graveson, Chris
June 4, 2015

Source: (2009) Paper presented at the 1st World Congress on Restorative Juvenile Justice. Lima Peru, 4-7 November.

The paper entitled “Restorative Juvenile Justice: the Challenges, the Rewards” was written by Chris Graveson as a contribution to the discussions of the 1st World Congress on Restorative Juvenile Justice that took place in Lima, Peru, from 4-7 November 2009. The author of this document gives an overview of the “good practices” that can lead to the implementation of an efficient restorative juvenile justice system, including the issues and challenges, the roles and responsibilities, compliance with international standards and expected outcomes. The examples are based on the New Zealand and international experiences of the author. (Abstract courtesy of the Juvenile Justice Panel,


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