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Peacemaking Circles: From Crime to Community

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Kay Pranis. Barry Stuart. Mark Wedge. Peacemaking Circles: From Conflict to Community | Libro 100% en Inglés. 【Círculos de paz: del conflicto a la comunidad】

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TítuloPeacemaking Circles: From Conflict to Community
Autor(es)Kay Pranis. Barry Stuart. Mark Wedg
IdiomaInglés
Número de páginas278
EditorialLiving Justice Press and the Institute for Restorative Initiatives
MaterialTapa blanda
ISBN 13978-0-9721886-0-9

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In this ground-breaking book, the authors outline both the spirit and the structures that make up the peacemaking Circle process as it is used in communities, schools, correctional settings, and in healing many other kinds of harms. Many stories of healing which have taken place in Circle settings are included, as well as observations from those who have been facilitating Circles for years.

A time-tested paradigm for healing relationships and keeping them healthy, Peacemaking Circles explores how communities can respond to crimes in ways that address the needs and interests of all those affected – victims, offenders, their families and friends, and the community. Based on indigenous teachings combined with current research in conflict resolution, the Circle process described here builds an intentionally safe space where we can bring our best selves to some of our most difficult conversations.

Though the book relates the process to criminal justice, the explanation of Circle philosophy and practice can be readily applied to hurts and conflicts in other areas of life. Above all, the book offers a grounded vision for how we can be together “in a good way,” especially when it seems hardest to do.

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