Session 328: CB12 -> International Perspectives on Restorative Justice
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Friday, November 9
Place: Copenhagen
Session Chair: Paul C. Friday, University of North Carolina - Charlotte
Session Chair: Gerd Ferdinand Kirchoff, University of Applied Sciences
Restorative Justice Theory Validation
by: Paul McCold, Interntl Inst. for Restorative Practices (Corresponding)
Restorative Justice and Armed Conflict
by: John Braithwaite, Australian National University (Corresponding)
Organizing Community Action Programs for Victims of Crime and Restorative Justice in a Developing Country
by: Maria de la Luz Lima Malvido, CONSESO (Corresponding)
Anthropological Reflections on Restoring Justice in Norway
by: Ida Hydle, Adger University College (Corresponding)
Recent Developments of Restorative Justice Philosophy and Practice in Germany
by: Elmar Weitekamp, University of Tuebingen (Corresponding)
Hans-Jergen Kerner, University of Tuebingen
Restorative Justice and the Law: Contradiction or Compliment
by: Lode Walgrave, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Corresponding)
Gerd Ferdinand Kirchoff, University of Applied Sciences

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