Moving Toward Justice: Legal Traditions and Aboriginal Justice

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The struggle to reform Canada's justice system is nothing short of a cry for justice itself, and the response to this cry is too slow and too narrow. These essays include analyses of the challenges of legal pluralism, restorative justice, gender and race in sentencing, notions of community, and reconciliation in Aboriginal justice. Part I of the book explores a series of specific issues that have arisen from reforms already made-the legal and political context for Aboriginal justice, theories of law and the constitution, as well as theories of development and administration that compel much broader initiatives of Aboriginal self-government. Part II examines specific initiatives and the problems some of them have created.

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