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Author Clamp, Kerry.

Title Restorative justice in transition / Kerry Clamp
Published London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 W'PONDS  364.68 Cla/Rji  AVAILABLE
Description xvi, 163 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Series Routledge frontiers of criminal justice
Routledge frontiers of criminal justice.
Contents Contents note continued: Conceptual confusion and the contested claims of restorative justice in the transitional context -- Untapping the potential of ̀top-down' restorative justice mechanisms -- From backward-looking to forward-looking agendas -- 6.Restorative justice as a vehicle for reform -- Reforming justice: trends and obstacles -- From formal to informal responses to conflict -- 7.Restorative justice as a mechanism for peace-building -- Community as a stakeholder in restorative justice -- The challenge of ̀community' in transitional settings -- The potential of the restorative ̀community' in transitional societies -- Some final thoughts -- Conclusion: Towards a transformative vision of restorative justice -- Macro and micro-utilisations of restorative justice -- The impact of restorative justice
Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction -- Evolving discourses in transitional justice -- Restorative justice in transitional contexts -- Outline of the book -- 2.Restorative justice as a contested response to conflict and the challenge of the transitional context -- Principles, values and goals of restorative justice: a brief overview -- The complexities of restorative justice -- Challenges for restorative justice as a response to mass victimisation -- A way forward -- 3.The value of restorative justice for transitional settings -- Striving for ̀transformation' in transitional settings -- From concepts to practice -- 4.Restorative justice in transition: a multi-layered approach -- Directions of change -- Universalism versus local tradition -- The role of restorative justice in transitional justice -- 5.Restorative justice as a mechanism for nation-building -- Restorative justice and ̀top-down' transitional justice mechanisms --
Analysis Australian
Notes Formerly CIP. Uk
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 130-153) and index
Subject Human rights.
International crimes.
Restorative justice.
Victims of crimes.
LC no. 2013012487
ISBN 0415523710 (hardback)
9780415523714 (hardback)