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Restorative & Transformative Justice Guide

Provides information and resources on restorative and transformative justice

Definition

What is transformative justice?

Transformative justice is a series of practices and philosophies designed to create change in social systems. Mostly, they are alternatives to criminal justice in cases of interpersonal violence, or are used for dealing with socioeconomic issues in societies transitioning away from conflict or repression. (from Wikipedia)

Video

Everyday Practices of Transformative Justice VIdeo on Youtube

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