For too long, restorative justice has been primatily articulated Justice As Healing begins to right the balance Davis, August, Well conceived and brilliantly written by people who know what they are talking about After being accepted as a member of the Law Society of Saskatchewan, she worked with a private law firm and later with Saskatchewan legal aid.
Justice As Healing: Indigenous Ways by Wanda D. McCaslin
Her work includes editing the newsletter Justice As Healing, coordinating the Young Professionals International, and lecturing with the College of Law. Throughout her career, Aboriginal issues have been central to her work.
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Ms McCaslin has presented in the are of Aboriginal justice, case law analysis, and international Indigenous matters. In addition to her legal and academic work, she has been actively involved with Aboriginal community empowerment initiatives in the area of healing, restorative justice, housing, and youth.
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Justice As Healing: Indigenous Ways
Indigenous Ways does just that. Drawing on a decade of Native writing on restorative justice and on community-based, healing responses to conflicts and crimes, this substantive book features forty-five articles from community members, scholars, judges, lawyers, and Elders, most of whom are Indigenous. Read more Read less. Add both to Cart Add both to List.
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A Philosophy of Nature. Would you like to find peace in the midst of chaos? Davis , Civil rights trial lawyer. For too long, Indigenous understandings of justice have been interpreted by outsiders. For far too long the justice discourse has been dominated by the majority culture.
Justice as Healing begins to right the balance through a chorus of voices from within Indigenous communities in North America and New Zealand: Protocols for Dialogue and Reasons for Hope. Rekindling the Teachings of the Seventh Fire. From Conflict to Community. Circle in the Square. Peacemaking Circles and Urban Youth. Doing Democracy with Circles.
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