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Transformative Justice - Seminary

Instructor: Dwight Duff. School: Ambrose University College. Date: May 2009. Description: Transformative Justice is a new, yet old way of thinking and doing justice. It is not a specific program or set of programs but it is a way of thinking about responding to the problem of crime. It offers a set of values that guides decisions on policy, programs, and practice. This course will look at a transformative response to crime as a resource for reconciliation of victims, offenders and community. It will study the effectiveness of the current retributive model and the role the media plays in its perpetuation. The student will be invited to consider a transformative model of justice that is grounded in Christian, as well as other faith traditions.”

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