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Restorative justice and family violence
2002
Format: Book
A collection of expert assessments on whether restorative justice would be appropriate for dealing with conflicts within families. Feminist and indigenous perspectives are addressed
Restorative justice Family violence Domestic violence, effects on children Safety, personal Sexual assault Family conferencing Feminism Mediation Indigenous issues Criminal justice system Restorative justice, Australia Feminism Aboriginals, Australian, healing
Table of contents
Restorative justice and family violence - John Braithwaite and Heather Strang
Restorative values and confronting family violence - Kay Pranis
Domestic violence and women's safety - feminist challenges to restorative justice - Julie Stubbs
Sexual assault and restorative justice - Kathleen Daly
Children and family violence - restorative messages from New Zealand - Allison Morris
Feminist praxis - making family group conferencing work - Joan Pennell and Gale Burford
Transformative justice - anti-subordination processes in cases of domestic violence - Donna Coker
Balance in the response to family violence - challenging restorative principles
Lessons from the mediation obsession - ensuring that sentencing 'alternatives' focus on Indigenous self-determination - Larissa Behrendt
Restorative justice and aboriginal family violence : opening a space for healing - Harry Blagg
Using restorative justice principles to address family violence in aboriginal communities - Loretta Kelly
Domestic violence and restorative justice initiatives - who pays if we get it wrong? - Ruth Busch
Published: Cambridge University Press; Port Melbourne, Vic, Australia
Shelf Number: Re22
Acquisiton Number: 2520
ISBN: 0521521653

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