Restorative Justice and Mediation - Shared screen with speaker view
Mediation is usually aimed at a negotiated solution, whereas RJ may have more general goals
… such as community harmony
I wondering about the role of the practicioners. Would they be considered neutral in both cases?
How do you manage the issue of disputed facts. Must a restorative process await determination of what happened?
Does concept of restorative justice apply only to Criminal Law and Family Law or it has been practiced in Civil Cases like wrongfull dismissal and Injury?
Can you explain that more -- you mean the courts/HRT must set the societal standard first?
What dangers do you see of restorative processes being attempted by people without the necessary skills and background?
What has your experience been in victims feeling satisfied with the outcome of an RJ process?
Agreed. E.g. trans violence.
very good presentation
Very informative, thanks.
This has been such a great presentation. Thank you. As a mediator, I appreciate understanding the different lenses.
Thank you for the neutrality discussion. Language is important.
I really enjoyed this presentation. Thank you very much.