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Peacemaking can be described as a set of principles, strategies, and actions aimed at settling conflicts between individuals or groups at odds with each other. Peacemaking can be...
Our handbook on Restorative Justice Principles and Practice will answer these questions and more. This guide was developed to help our indigenous, autonomous partners in more than 100 countries around the world strengthen restorative practices in programs for prisoners, victims and families of prisoners. We openly share these best practices so that any organization can apply them in varied contexts.Download
I would like to thank all the members of The Sycamore Tree program, for the opportunity you have given me to better myself, and for the time you have all invested in me. You came to visit week after week to give us the opportunity to hear a...Read More
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