Restorative Practices


About Restorative Practice
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"Restorative Practice" describes any process whereby all the parties with a stake in a particular issue or conflict come together to resolve collectively how to deal with the issue or aftermath of the conflict and its implications for the future. [go to page]

Terminology

The term "Restorative Practice" describes any a process whereby all the parties with a stake in a particular issue or conflict come together to resolve collectively how to deal with the issue or aftermath of the conflict and its implications for the future. [go to page]

Advantages and Benefits

Restorative Justice offers many advantages and benefits to existing methods of resolving conflict and repairing relationships [go to page]

Youth Justice

VARJ members have been involved in a range of Youth Justice  programs providing training and advice on the core legislation. [go to page]

Community

Maryborough Event 2010 [go to page]

Schools

Restorative Justice in Schools [go to page]

Workplace & Industry

"Restorative justice" or “restorative practices” have been applied in workplaces in recent years. The following grid combines various processes into one explanatory model. [go to page]

Families

History, Overview, the Process [go to page]

Adult Justice/Corrections

Restorative Practices in Corrections [go to page]



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