Relational Justice: Repairing the Breach

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Jonathan Burnside, Nicola Baker
Waterside Press, Oct 1, 2003 - Law - 190 pages
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As featured in The Guardian. A truly ground-breaking work.The Relationships Foundation exists to foster relational approaches to social, economic and other problems - including justice issues. Edited by two people closely involved with the work of the Foundation, Relational Justice has proved a highly successful adjunct to the main work of that organization - to the extent that there is now also a regular Relational Justice Bulletin (contact The Relationships Foundation, 3 Hooper Street, Cambridge CB1 2NZ; 01223 566333; e-mail r.f@clara.net). This influential book - with contributors ranging from the New Zealand judge Fred McElrea to Professor Tony Bottoms of the Cambridge University Institute of Criminology - presents a uniquely refreshing challenge and will appeal to people who prefer non-adversarial, non-conflict and non-argument-laden solutions.

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Burnside is lecturer in Criminal Law at the University of Bristol, UK.

Nicola Baker is a lecturer on Strategic Studies at the University of New South Wales Australian Defence Force Academy. She has worked as a consultant to various Australian defence organisations and written on a range of military and strategic issues.

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