Feminist engagement with restorative justice

  title={Feminist engagement with restorative justice},
  author={Kathleen Daly},
We analyse five areas of feminist engagement with restorative justice (RJ): theories of justice; the role of retribution in criminal justice; studies of gender (and other social relations) in RJ processes; the appropriateness of RJ for partner, sexual, or family violence; and the politics of race and gender in making justice claims. Feminist engagement has focused almost exclusively on the appropriateness of RJ for sexual, partner, or family violence, but there is a need to broaden the focus… CONTINUE READING

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