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Margaret Thorsborne

In: Restorative Justice Today: Practical Applications

Chapter 6: A Story of the Emergence of Restorative Practice in Schools in Australia and New Zealand: Reflect, Repair, Reconnect

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A Story of the Emergence of Restorative Practice in Schools in Australia and New Zealand: Reflect, Repair, Reconnect
A story of the emergence of restorative practice in schools in Australia and New Zealand: Reflect, repair, reconnect
MargaretThorsborne

Margaret Thorsborne, the managing director of Transformative Justice Australia (Queensland), is a pioneering RJ school specialist who has practiced in the field for over 20 years. In the following autobiographical and historical sketch, she discusses initiatives from Australia and other countries where bullying and other misbehavior of youth is dealt with restoratively. She also describes projects from the UK, New Zealand and Canada.

I will begin the story of the osmosis of restorative justice into schools with an Australian flavor, because I am more familiar with these perspectives, and because I ...

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