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RAD: Introduction to Restorative Justice, Restorative Practices & Alternative Dispute Resolution

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Enrol in RAD: Introduction to Restorative Justice, Restorative Practices & Alternative Dispute Resolution

Course Code: LAWS318

Examine Restorative Justice Theory including three core models of restorative justice mediation, conferencing, and healing circles. You will be introduced to alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and its role in mitigating, reducing, and solving conflict. In addition, other variations of restorative practices, such as truth and reconciliation commissions, as well as community panels will be examined and put into practice through simulation. Learn to apply structured and responsive uses of restorative justice in family, group, and community-wide situations.




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Instructor:
  • Murray Miskin


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