How do we respond meaningfully to harmful or criminal actions? Based on the principles of restorative justice, this workshop offers a framework for answering this question in your own context. The philosophy of restorative justice invites people to look beyond a merely punitive view of justice and discipline. Instead, it focuses on the needs of everyone involved, emphasizing direct accountability, reparation, prevention, dialogue, and in some cases, renewed relationship. If you work in a school, community, government, or other organizational setting and make decisions about how to respond to harmful actions, this manual will provide you with insights for incorporating restorative justice principles into your environment. 34 pages
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Guiding Principles for Schools and Communities
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