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Stopping the Violence: Canadian Feminist Debates on Restorative Justice and Intimate Violence.

Cameron, Angela
June 4, 2015

Source: (2006) Theoretical Criminology. 10(1):49-66.

This article maps out the current literature and trends in Canada in
the area of restorative justice and intimate violence. It focuses on
feminist and women-centred approaches to the debates and
controversies in this area. The article concludes with a
recommendation for a moratorium on new restorative justice
initiatives dealing with intimate violence. (author’s abstract).


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