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Restorative Justice and Mediation - Shared screen with speaker view
Allen Peabody
01:17:07
Mediation is usually aimed at a negotiated solution, whereas RJ may have more general goals
Allen Peabody
01:17:43
… such as community harmony
Stephen Heather
01:18:34
I wondering about the role of the practicioners. Would they be considered neutral in both cases?
Eric
01:43:20
How do you manage the issue of disputed facts. Must a restorative process await determination of what happened?
Kathie Vilkas
01:43:31
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?
Allen Peabody
01:49:08
Can you explain that more -- you mean the courts/HRT must set the societal standard first?
Eric
01:50:27
What dangers do you see of restorative processes being attempted by people without the necessary skills and background?
Stephen Heather
01:50:39
What has your experience been in victims feeling satisfied with the outcome of an RJ process?
Allen Peabody
01:51:47
Agreed. E.g. trans violence.
Stephen Heather
01:55:55
very good presentation
Eric
01:55:56
Very informative, thanks.
Nicole Smith
01:56:01
This has been such a great presentation. Thank you. As a mediator, I appreciate understanding the different lenses.
Allen Peabody
01:56:05
Thank you for the neutrality discussion. Language is important.
Alain Paulin
01:56:36
I really enjoyed this presentation. Thank you very much.