The symposium aims to stimulate a debate on developments of different conflict management based on relational, peaceful, responsible and solidarity approach. In particular, restorative approach defines situations situations where the relationship is the main resource to build social bonds, interactions and opportunities for prevention of distress and deviance, generate connections of well-being: between people, between systems, between people and systems. The conflict/crime management promoted by the restorative model represents a cultural shift: community who call themselves Restorative City, schools that adopt restorative approaches, urban areas that use the community for the effective management and resolution of conflicts (Wright, 2010; Patrizi, 2014). At the citizen is recognized an active role in conflict management and more generally in the government of the community in which he/she lives, making him/her feel part of the system (Wright, 2010). The community can/must therefore be promoting lifestyles and relationships oriented to peace, well-being of the person and the community (Lent & Brown, 2008). The symposium will focus on some researches and experiences developed toward a restorative Approach Community.
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|Titolo:||Restorative Approach Community: promote well-being, prevent disruption and deviance|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.2 Abstract in Atti di convegno|