Restorative Justice and Practice: Emergence of a Social Movement
Learn about the theory and practice of restorative justice, and Aotearoa New Zealand’s pioneering role in this social movement for change. Starts 1 May 2018.
This course introduces the theory and practice of restorative justice, a global social movement for the creation of a more democratic, caring and peaceful society, and is the world’s first MOOC on the subject.
Drawing particularly on the pioneering role New Zealand has played, it traces how restorative justice has grown from small beginnings into a wider social movement for change across all sectors of society, including schools, families, workplaces and community agencies. This course is for anyone committed to a more just, compassionate and peaceful world.
Diana Unwin Chair in Restorative Justice, School of Government
Research areas: Restorative justice theory and practice, and applications in society.
Lecturer – Restorative Justice Programme, School of Government
Research areas: Restorative justice theory and practice; Ethical, cultural and theological roots of dispute resolution; History of the criminal justice system; Reintegration and prison; Community and restoration.
Research areas: Restorative justice facilitator standards, motivations, and competencies.