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Squaring the Circle With At-Risk Youth

McKinnon, Peter
June 4, 2015

Source: (2005) Justice Canada. 5(2): Online.

The Peacemaking Circle project, which involves Crown prosecutors, provincial court judges, social workers and community activists, aims to help youth who have committed criminal offences, along with those likely to come in conflict with the law.

In essence, youth participate in a series of meetings to identify issues and problems, devise effective solutions, and track progress. (excerpt)


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