CRIM 315: Restorative Justice

An examination and analysis of the principles, assumptions, key concepts and applications of restorative (Transformative) justice. The course will contrast restorative justice with the dominant retributive/punitive model of justice and provide an introduction to a variety of both established and emerging expressions of restorative justice including, victim/offender reconciliation programs, family/group conferencing and circle remedies. (Lecture/Tutorial)

Burnaby

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Simon Fraser University Center for Restorative Justice

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