Tag Archives: northern ireland

A restorative approach to terrorists?

By Inge Vanfraechem Over the last months, media have reported on the radicalised youngsters that have gone to Syria to fight Assad. Politicians are trying to find solutions to this phenomenon first by preventing youngsters from leaving through taking away … Continue reading

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“People in the community are committed to peace”

Tim Chapman is a lecturer in Restorative Practices at the University of Ulster, Northern Ireland. He is also a former Assistant Chief Probation Officer. As a part of the ALTERNATIVE project, Tim is delivering training at the university to community … Continue reading

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‘The untapped markets of restorative justice’

By Philip McCready Britain, it is often said, has a punitive culture that is evident not only in penal sentencing and governmental policy but within society generally. My own research into restorative practices carried out by a community-based restorative justice … Continue reading

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