Search results for: restorative justice

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19 July 2018

Restorative justice a step towards healing 

Restorative justice has its critics but US criminologist Professor Alissa Ackerman says it can be a powerful way to promote healing for both victims and perpetrators.

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21 November 2012
Judge John Robertson

Developing closer ties with restorative justice professionals

An international association dedicated to restorative justice has launched its new branch in Brisbane. Restorative Practices International launched it’s Queensland...

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13 September 2016

Youth justice issues in conference spotlight

Youth justice researchers, policy makers and practitioners will converge at the 2nd Australasian Youth Justice Conference in Brisbane from September 13-15.

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16 July 2024

Opportunities to flow from first river given ‘personhood’ status  

First river in NZ granted 'personhood' status subject of formal partnership between ARI and Whanganui people.

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2 June 2023

Intimate partner violence and coercive control

Changes in policy responses provides an opportunity to rethink and redesign how systems respond to coercive control, with a focus on ensuring systems are just.

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16 June 2020

Indigenous Courts, Culture and Partner Violence

My new book, Indigenous Courts, Culture and Partner Violence, published by Palgrave Macmillan in May 2019, considers what aspects of...

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6 January 2020
Griffith alumnus Beny Bol

Humanitarian graduate helps change the cycle of crime

Sudanese born orphan, Beny Bol, uses restorative justice principles to resolve conflict and build resilience in Logan and Melbourne communities....

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13 September 2016

Youth conferencing key to reduced reoffending

A new Griffith University study suggests that youth justice conferencing rather than court appearance is more effective in reducing recidivism rates for young offenders.

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29 August 2013

Community forum hears true story of Logan crime decline

Crime rates in Logan have dropped and have been dropping for 10 years, a community forum hosted by Griffith University at Logan is told

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21 May 2013
Police line do not cross

New courses on offer next semester

The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice is offering a new course on homicide as well as a range of...

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