Principles of Restorative Justice

Principles of Restorative Justice The following concepts detailed in the publication were taken from an article written by Howard Zehr and Henry Mika, (1998),"Fundamental Concepts in Restorative Justice", in Contemporary Justice Review, Vol. 1. At the primary level, restorative justice in Canada is guided by recognizing the need for victims to heal and put right the wrongs. Restorative Justice also grounds itself in engaging with community and recognizing the need for dialogue between victims and offenders as appropriate. 2022-02-22 Department of Justice Canada open_Government@justice.gc.ca LawDepartment of JusticeAccess to InformationRestorative JusticeCriminal JusticeJustice Canada Publications Principles of Restorative JusticeHTML https://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/rp-pr/cj-jp/victim/rest.html Principles of Restorative JusticeHTML https://www.justice.gc.ca/fra/pr-rp/jp-cj/victim/rest.html

The following concepts detailed in the publication were taken from an article written by Howard Zehr and Henry Mika, (1998),"Fundamental Concepts in Restorative Justice", in Contemporary Justice Review, Vol. 1.

At the primary level, restorative justice in Canada is guided by recognizing the need for victims to heal and put right the wrongs. Restorative Justice also grounds itself in engaging with community and recognizing the need for dialogue between victims and offenders as appropriate.

  • Publisher - Current Organization Name: Department of Justice Canada
  • Publisher - Organization Name at Publication: Department of Justice
  • Licence: Open Government Licence - Canada

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