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Conflict vs. Wrongdoing
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My work is in Restorative Practices and so I feel I should have the answer to this already! But I'd love to hear from others how they feel when formal processes like community conferencing are…Continue

Tags: Rise, the, on, Justice, Restorative

Started this discussion. Last reply by jan mercuri grossman Jan 23, 2013.

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Conflict vs. Wrongdoing

My work is in Restorative Practices and so I feel I should have the answer to this already! But I'd love to hear from others how they feel when formal processes like community conferencing are described as conflict tools.  For me, to suggest that, for example, a mugging incident is a conflict seems offensive to the person harmed in the event. Conflict suggests that all stakeholders in a wrongdoing have some responsibility for what happened, and though I don't disagree this may be the case on a…See More
Jan 22, 2013
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In which state do you live? (Please provide the full spelling, not the state abbreviation.)
New York
If you're not from the United States, please let us know which country you are from.
United Kingdom
What first attracted you to peace activism?
My field is Restorative Justice. Through my work in Rochester, NY, I got involved with the M. K. Gandhi Institute and NVC, which has really driven my current interest in peace work. Initially, however, my interest stemmed from my knowledge of the impact of global economic forces, and the awareness that all violence is an attempt to do justice.

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