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South African NGO Furthers the Implementation of Restorative Justice

Morton, Jonathan
June 4, 2015

Source: (2004) Restorative Justice Online. April 2004 Edition.

Khulisa, a South African crime prevention organization, has made significant inroads applying restorative justice in a society that has faced significant increases in crime over the past decade. Khulisa, whose name means to nurture the development of a person, uses an array of programs to assist children at risk and young offenders. In addition to working throughout the country, Khulisa also partners with a variety of governmental departments.


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