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  • Restoring justice

    Restoring justice

    By Mason Jones
    Published: Oct. 21, 2011

    Dr. Marilyn Armour, graduate students and community members share how mediation programs help victims heal and offenders account for crimes.

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      Anne Varco said on Nov. 2, 2011 at 2:02 a.m.
      I am in awe of the possibility for individuals,communities and the nation to think and act differently regarding the complexity of violent behaviors. Restorative Justice is our best hope for a brighter future ~ one that supports information sharing, encourages true understanding and ultimately, potential healing for both the victim and the offender. Thank you, Dr Armour, for your inspirational work in and out of the classroom.
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      Cultura Bizarra said on Oct. 30, 2011 at 3:01 a.m.
      Restorative Justice is a trend that can change the face of the criminal/victim/community relationships for the better. If empathy develops and meaningful accountability follows, all persons benefit, now and into the future.
  • Marilyn Armour Features

    The power of restorative justice
    The power of restorative justice
    Dr. Marilyn Armour is associate professor in the university's School of Social Work. Across...
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