Routledge frontiers of criminal justice ; 48.
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chapter Introduction Doing restorative justice in intercultural contexts / Ivo Aertsen chapter 1 Difference as culture Roots and implications of a mode of framing / Ida Hydle Marie Louise Seeberg chapter 2 Mapping the cultural turn in (in)security discourses Highlighting the path for restorative justice / Brunilda Pali chapter 3 In the name of security Justice under threat or restored? / Tim Chapman chapter 4 Restorative justice Doing justice and security? / Christa Pelikan Ivo Aertsen chapter 5 Restorative justice and urban citizenship A comparative dialogue between Vienna and Brussels / Erik Claes Katrin Kremmel chapter 6 Counteracting social exclusion through restorative approaches / Gábor Héra chapter 7 Reimagining security and justice in post-conflict societies through restorative lenses / Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović Sanja Ćopić Nikola Petrović Bejan Šaćiri chapter 8 Security and justice in transition Restorative justice and the politics of hope in Northern Ireland / Derick Wilson Hugh Campbell chapter 9 Community in conflict in intercultural contexts and how restorative justice can respond / Tim Chapman Katrin Kremmel chapter 10 Critical reflections on active participation under new governance models / Christa Pelikan Mario Ragazzi chapter 11 Restorative justice in the societies of control The ambivalence of decentralised state control in participative justice processes / Espen Marius Foss Brunilda Pali chapter 12 Looking at the European policy level The place of restorative justice in intercultural environments / Edit Törzs Katrien Lauwaert Ivo Aertsen chapter Conclusion Restorative justice - a tool for conviviality / Brunilda Pali.