Restorative Justice and Justice Reinvestment

D. Wong Department of Applied Social Sciences, City University Of Hong Kong Restorative justice, an imported western idea of crime prevention and control, has been flourished in both Taiwan and the mainland China (China) over the past twenty years. New laws and...
  • August 19, 2016
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D. Wong Department of Applied Social Sciences, City University Of Hong Kong Restorative justice, an imported western idea of crime prevention and control, has been flourished in both Taiwan and the mainland China (China) over the past twenty years. New laws and...
  • August 19, 2016
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K. Pooley Queensland University of Technology Youth misuse of fire is a multifaceted, complex, and covert behaviour which has attracted the attention of the international community. Yet, there exists only a small body of literature analysing the phenomenon from a...
  • August 19, 2016
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K. Pooley Queensland University of Technology Youth misuse of fire is a multifaceted, complex, and covert behaviour which has attracted the attention of the international community. Yet, there exists only a small body of literature analysing the phenomenon from a...
  • August 19, 2016
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Hennessey Hayes School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University, h.hayes@griffith.edu.au Restorative justice (RJ) processes require young offenders to effectively engage in a conversation about their wrongdoing and ways of repairing harms they have caused.  As such, the RJ process draws...
  • August 19, 2016
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J. Whitehead Monash University, john.whitehead@monash.edu Sexual violence and responses to such offences are a global concern. Within Fiji, where the rate of sexual violence is above the global average, the traditional criminal justice responses to these offences are historically based...
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A.R. Ackerman, J.S. Levenson 1 University of Washington, Tacoma – Tacoma, Washington, USA 2 Barry University – Miami, Florida, USA *corresponding author: ackerma1@uw.edu Western criminal justice philosophy has long focused on punishing offenders for wrongdoing. Many individuals, including victims, perpetrators...
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Alan Collins alan.collins@hughjames.com The People’s Tribunal was/is a grassroots entity established in the UK by child abuse survivors and their supporters to create their own inquiry into institutional child abuse. The independent inquiry, led by a panel of four judges,...
  • August 19, 2016
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J.Stubbs1*,  D. Chappell, 3 R Homel, 4 K. Carrington,4  R. Hogg,5  J Bargen 6 1 Faculty of Law UNSW 2 Facutly of Law, University of Sydney 3 Griffith Criminology Institute, Griffith University 4 School of Justice, Queensland University of Technology...
  • August 13, 2016
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J.Stubbs1*,  D. Chappell, 3 R Homel, 4 K. Carrington,4  R. Hogg,5  J Bargen 6 1 Faculty of Law UNSW 2 Facutly of Law, University of Sydney 3 Griffith Criminology Institute, Griffith University 4 School of Justice, Queensland University of Technology...
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