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Restorative Justice: A conceptual Framework

Copyright for teaching essay: Jeanne Curran and Susan R. Takata and Individaul Authors, April 2002.
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This essay will be based on Restorative Justice ~ A conceptual framework Prepared for the LAW COMMISSION OF CANADA. by Jennifer J. Llewellyn, B.A. M.A. and Robert Howse, Associate Professor of Law, University of Toronto and Visiting Professor, University of Michigan Law School.
In the second paragraph of the introduction you will find: "Restorative justice is fundamentally concerned with restoring social relationships (fn. omitted), with establishing or re-establishing social equality in relationships. That is, relationships in which each person's rights to equal dignity, concern and respect are satisfied. What practices are required to restore the relationship at issue will, then, be context-dependent and judg, nature of relationships between individuals, groups and communities."
Essay up soon.