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Teaching Restorative Justice in Universities and Beyond

Chankova, Dobrinka
June 4, 2015

Source: (2008) Report of the fifth conference of the European Forum for Restorative Justice, Building restorative justice in Europe: cooperation between the public, policy makers, practitioners and researchers, Verona.

Teaching of RJ in the European universities should be further promoted. But teaching of restorative values should start in the middle and secondary schools. And not only in a selected number of schools with open minded directors, ready to experiment; the whole school restorative approach should be the general policy. This is the only way to create a restorative culture, which we desperately need. (excerpt)


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