Restorative Justice and De-Professionalization

  title={Restorative Justice and De-Professionalization},
  author={John Braithwaite},
  journal={The Good Society},
  pages={28 - 31}
Restorative justice is a process where all the stakeholders affected by an injustice have an opportunity to discuss how they have been affected by the injustice and to decide what should be done to repair the harm. With crime, restorative justice is about the idea that because crime hurts, justice should heal. It follows that conversations with those who have been hurt and with those who have afflicted the harm must be central to the process. Empirically it happens to be the case that victims… 

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