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Restorative practices in residential care settings for children and young people in Hull.

Sutcliffe, Matt
June 4, 2015

Source: (2010) Resolution: News from the Restorative Justice Consortium. 37 (Autumn): 11.

But in the end, it works. It has
helped to tackle bullying. It has
reduced serious events within
the homes. It has reduced police
and criminal justice involvement.
It has demonstrably helped
children to see their actions in
context. The result is that the
staff team are open to
accepting that restorative
practices, with its key elements
of working with people (not
doing things to them), being
fair, allowing emotions and
using a no- blame question
style, is a framework for
evaluating and reflecting on
how we all interact with each
other. (excerpt)


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