Preface: Rights and Restoration

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    Abstract

    The human rights movement is an older and stronger global movement than the social movement for restorative justice, and so are the peace movement, the women's movement, indigenous rights movements, the children's rights movement, the animal rights movement, and the environmental movement. Creatively conceived, these are all related social movements against domination and arbitrary power, and advocates of humbling power. The arbitrary powers that must be humbled include overreaching state power, corporate power, institutions that are hegemonically male, prisons, and militaries. These diverse movements differentially focus on these sources of power.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationRights and Restoration within youth justice
    Editors Theo Gavrielides
    Place of Publicationunknown
    Publisherde Sitter Publications
    Pages1-4
    Edition1
    ISBN (Print)9781897160626
    Publication statusPublished - 2012

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