Responding to hate incidents on university campuses: benefits and barriers to establishing a restorative justice programme
This study examines staff and student perspectives of the use of restorative justice approaches to respond to student-on-student hate crime, hate incidents, and hate speech on university campuses. It draws on qualitative data collated over a one-year period, during the design and establishment of a restorative programme entitled "Restore Respect" at two UK universities. Highlighting examples of students' experiences of prejudice and hate across the two universities, we outline some of the key...[Show more]
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