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Statement of Restorative Justice Principles as Applied in a School Setting.

Sharpe, Lyndsey
June 4, 2015

Source: (2003) London: The Restorative Justice Consortium. Second Edition 2005. Downloaded 21 October 2005.

These principles refer directly to schools. The various restorative processes referred
to in the following guidelines include restorative empathic listening; restorative
discussion; mediation (peer and adult -led), problem-solving circles, restorative
conferencing and family group conferencing (FGC). A restorative school may have
some or all of these in place, or be working towards developing some or all of these
Relationship and community building processes are also referred to in the context of
proactive initiatives that schools can take to pre-empt anti-social and/or offending
behaviour. (excerpt).


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