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Tag Archives: Restorative Justice



May. 19, 2016

How Restorative Justice in the Workplace Fosters a Collaborative and Caring Work Environment

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Restorative justice is a process for achieving justice that helps to restore the dignity of all people involved in a wrong-doing and puts into place a framework for all people involved to have the opportunity to share in their mutual human development.

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Mar. 08, 2016

Restorative Justice: Rethinking Crime and Punishment

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The criminal justice system of the United States is a punitive system designed to hold individuals who have committed crimes accountable to the state. Within this system, “accountable” is synonymous with “punishment.” Because the criminal justice system is focused almost exclusively on the person who committed the crime and the punishment that person should receive, those who are most affected by the crime are alienated from the process.

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