Community Restorative Practices

Community Restorative Justice and Practices is an alternative way for communities to respond to conflict, misbehaviour, anti-social behaviour and wrongdoing within their locality. It provides a voice for all those affected and to those that want to play a part in their community.

Based on traditional practices from around the world including; Maori (NZ) Family Group Conference model, First Native American community circles, Samoan talking and listening circles, it allows everyone to be part of the solution and seeks to minimise the intervention of 'outside' or professional assistance. It seeks to build on community relations. Building a cohesive, healthy and inclusive community.

NetCare provide training and support for communities and organisations who would like to use this approach in their area.

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