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Nepal Conference on Restorative and Community Justice

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Nepal Institute of Justice is organizing the First Nepal Conference on Restorative and Community Justice. The theme of this inaugural conference is “Re-connecting to our Restorative Roots” based on the premise that Nepal, akin to some other Eastern cultures, possesses cultural-judicial systems which have restorative and non-adversarial foundations. Apart from cultural spheres, humans too have restorative potentials, and by tapping on that we can achieve a deeper, more community-responsive, and a more fulfilling justice systems. These potentials, we think, are where we need to connect ourselves again. Academic researchers, practitioners, policy workers or others (individuals or organizations) interested in the subject are welcome to submit an abstract of their presentations (up to 300 words), covering areas including, but not limited to: • Restorative culture/values in socio-cultural traditions (of Nepal) • Alternative dispute resolution and (community) mediation (in Nepal) • Transitional justice in Nepal and its restorative transformations • Community justice, bottom-up and “lay” justice Please submit your abstract along with your brief bio to nij@nepaljustice.org by September 30, 2017. Organizations willing to organize a panel on their works related to the conference theme are equally welcome.

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Nepal Institute of Justice is organizing the First Nepal Conference on Restorative and Community Justice. The theme of this inaugural conference is “Re-connecting to our Restorative Roots” based on the premise that Nepal, akin to some other Eastern cultures, possesses cultural-judicial systems which have restorative and non-adversarial foundations. Apart from cultural spheres, humans too have restorative potentials, and by tapping on that we can achieve a deeper, more community-responsive, and a more fulfilling justice systems. These potentials, we think, are where we need to connect ourselves again. Academic researchers, practitioners, policy workers or others (individuals or organizations) interested in the subject are welcome to submit an abstract of their presentations (up to 300 words), covering areas including, but not limited to: • Restorative culture/values in socio-cultural traditions (of Nepal) • Alternative dispute resolution and (community) mediation (in Nepal) • Transitional justice in Nepal and its restorative transformations • Community justice, bottom-up and “lay” justice Please submit your abstract along with your brief bio to nij@nepaljustice.org by September 30, 2017. Organizations willing to organize a panel on their works related to the conference theme are equally welcome.

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