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Initiating The Utilization Of Restorative Justice In Completing Of The Environmental Crime Cases, Ufran Frans Trisa, Armindo D' Amaral Sep 2019

Initiating The Utilization Of Restorative Justice In Completing Of The Environmental Crime Cases, Ufran Frans Trisa, Armindo D' Amaral

Jurnal Hukum & Pembangunan

Restorative justice is a way to deal with crime by balancing the needs of the community, victims and perpetrators. This is a more holistic solution for trying to understand crime and overcome the dynamics of criminal behavior, its causes and consequences. The focus of restorative justice is empowerment, participation and healing of victims of crime. This paper discusses the possibility of utilizing the concept of restorative justice towards solving environmental crime. Identifying victims of environmental crimes and how they are able to participate in the restorative process. In particular, pay attention to the ideas of the wider community, the sustainability …


Victim Satisfaction With Reparations From The International Criminal Court: An Examination Of Child Soldier Cases From Kenya And Sexual Violence Cases From The Democratic Republic Of Congo, Brittany Foutz Jul 2019

Victim Satisfaction With Reparations From The International Criminal Court: An Examination Of Child Soldier Cases From Kenya And Sexual Violence Cases From The Democratic Republic Of Congo, Brittany Foutz

Doctor of International Conflict Management Dissertations

This dissertation addresses how the implementation and use of reparation mechanisms affects the satisfaction of child soldier and sexual violence victims of the International Criminal Court (ICC), the world’s court. The existing literature is lacking regarding measuring the level of satisfaction of victims that have received reparations from the International Court, especially from a legal positivist approach. The researcher collected data through 42 total semi-structured interviews. These interviews were conducted with victims that have received individual and collective reparations, and victims that have not received reparations, all from the International Criminal Court’s Trust Fund for Victims. Other interviews were conducted …


Can Restorative Justice Processes Help Improve Plea Bargaining In Uganda’S Criminal Justice System?, Hannah Gray Jun 2019

Can Restorative Justice Processes Help Improve Plea Bargaining In Uganda’S Criminal Justice System?, Hannah Gray

Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal

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Prioritizing The Welfare Of Youth: Design Failure In Juvenile Justice And Building The Restorative Alternative, Michael Friedman Jan 2019

Prioritizing The Welfare Of Youth: Design Failure In Juvenile Justice And Building The Restorative Alternative, Michael Friedman

Mitchell Hamline Law Review

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Restorative Justice And Responsive Regulation In Higher Education: The Complex Web Of Campus Sexual Assault Policy In The United States And A Restorative Alternative, David R. Karp Phd Jan 2019

Restorative Justice And Responsive Regulation In Higher Education: The Complex Web Of Campus Sexual Assault Policy In The United States And A Restorative Alternative, David R. Karp Phd

School of Leadership and Education Sciences: Faculty Scholarship

Sexual assault policy on college campuses in the United States is a complex system guided by federal policy, state policy, and local mandates. When students violate sexual misconduct policies, campuses primarily rely on suspensions and expulsions, paralleling the criminal justice system’s reliance on incarceration as a solution based on stigmatization and separation. Since the 1990s, restorative justice has made inroads as an alternative response to student misconduct, but application to sexual misconduct is rare. The Campus PRISM Project (Promoting Restorative Initiatives on Sexual Misconduct) is a network of academics and practitioners exploring a restorative approach within a responsive regulatory framework. …


“To Gallop Together To War Is Simple-- To Make Peace Is Complex” Indigenous Informal Restorative Conflict Resolution Practices Among Kazakhs: An Ethnographic Case Study, Ronald Brooks Wiley Jan 2019

“To Gallop Together To War Is Simple-- To Make Peace Is Complex” Indigenous Informal Restorative Conflict Resolution Practices Among Kazakhs: An Ethnographic Case Study, Ronald Brooks Wiley

Department of Conflict Resolution Studies Theses and Dissertations

Advocates of restorative and transitional justice practice have long drawn from practices of indigenous peoples to form the basis for more sustainable, relational, participatory, community-based approaches to conflict resolution. With the resurgence in Kazakh nationalism since the Republic of Kazakhstan independence, repatriated diasporic Kazakhs, who through cultural survival in diaspora retain more of their ethno-cultural characteristics, influence a revival of Kazakh language and culture. The purpose of this study was to understand the indigenous informal restorative conflict resolution practices of the Kazakh people. The questions that drove this study were: What indigenous informal forms of dispute resolution have been in …