Tag: New Zealand
Building a Restorative University Article
An article I wrote about building a Restorative University was recently published in the Australasian Student Residences Management Journal. Check out my article on page 31-32.
The Te Whare Tapa Whā Framework for Understanding Wellbeing
In restorative practices, we talk a lot about needs. When harm is caused through a crime, wrongdoing, or conflict in a community, that harm generates needs. One of the central questions of restorative justice is “What is needed to repair the harms and make things right?” We also see behavior as communicating unmet needs. So…
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How Effective is Restorative Justice When Followed by a Punitive Sentence?
When I first arrived in Wellington, everyone was discussing a (then un-named) university employee who had stolen almost $500,000 from the university through submitting invoices for a fake company that she had created and then awarded contracts. The company had a fake email address and payment information routed to her personal account. Here is a…