This “Victim Offender Conferencing: An Introduction” is developed by the – Center for Restorative Justice & Peacemaking, University of Minnesota, Duluth. The course provides a familiarization of restorative justice. Over the past four decades, restorative dialogue has evolved in many different forms. And while it primarily serves as an alternative method within a criminal justice context, applications have broadened widely in schools, workplaces, faith communities, and prisons. Today, restorative justice is a leading voice internationally for addressing mass violence and historical harm.
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