terça-feira, dezembro 13, 2005

Restorative Justice and Responsive Regulation

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"For informal justice to be restorative justice, it has to be about restoring victims, restoring offenders, and restoring communities as a result of participation of a plurality of stakeholders.
So long as there is a process that gives the stakeholders affected by an injustice an opportunity to tell their stories about its consequences and what needs to be done to put things right, and so long as this is done within a framework of restorative values that include the need to heal the hurts that have been felt, we can think of the process as restorative justice."

Braithwaite, John. 2002. Restorative Justice and Responsive Regulation. Oxford: University Press.

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