ICCLR recommends a “systems approach” to criminal law reform, based on a system-wide, strategic, integrated and sustained attempt to enhance the criminal justice process as a whole. The Centre argues that successful systems must adopt empirical foundations that also include key stakeholders and the general population.
Restorative Justice Note #3: Access to Justice and the Protection of Indigenous Peoples February 15, 2018
There are profound issues with the way criminal justice systems usually interacts with Indigenous peoples. When Indigenous persons are victims of crime, they are less likely to report the incident to the authorities, and the response of the justice system is often quite problematic.Read more
- Project: Strengthening the Protective Environment for Children of Justice Involved Parents September 9, 2016