Restorative Justice: A Model For Personal And Societal Empowerment
Restitution, Restorative justice, Social justice
Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Social Work
Restorative justice is the growing movement that aims to change the direction of criminal law by focusing it on the needs of victims and repairing communities. The focus of this article is on three restorative initiatives-family group conferencing, victim-offender mediation, and reparations. The link between social work and restorative justice is explored in each of these areas. © 2004 by The Haworth Press, Inc. All rights reserved.
Department of Social Work
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DOI of published version
Sheridan, Michael J., "Restorative Justice: A Model For Personal And Societal Empowerment" (2004). Faculty Publications. 3069.