Reflections on conferencing practice: The need for accreditation and the dangerous debate

Condliffe, P and Douglas, K 2007, 'Reflections on conferencing practice: The need for accreditation and the dangerous debate', Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 140-148.


Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Journal Articles

Title Reflections on conferencing practice: The need for accreditation and the dangerous debate
Author(s) Condliffe, P
Douglas, K
Year 2007
Journal name Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal
Volume number 18
Issue number 3
Start page 140
End page 148
Total pages 9
Publisher Thomson Law Book Co.
Abstract Recent developments in mediation accreditation raise the question whether similar accreditation initiatives are appropriate to the practice of restorative justice and in particular the practice of conferencing. In this I will explore some of the synergies between mediation and conferencing and consider whether accreditation is appropriate for conferencing. I will then look at the recent attempts by the Victorian Association for Restorative Justice (VARJ), of which the presenter is President, to introduce Best Practice Standards and an Accreditation Scheme for restorative justice practitioners.
Subject Criminal Law and Procedure
Litigation, Adjudication and Dispute Resolution
Keyword(s) conferencing
accreditation
restorative
justice
ISSN 1441-7847
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