Restorative Justice as an Alternative Dispute Resolution

  • Payal Mazumdar
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  • Payal Mazumdar

    Student at ITM University, Raipur, India

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The present article is not intended to argue up on the topic of pros and cons of it. It only attempts to give an overview about the topic and analyze the whole concept of it and find some solutions regarding it. When a crime is committed people are hurt no matter what kind of crime has been done, so every situation is unique but that doesn’t mean people are alone, restorative justice can help. A new way to seek justice in a community is restorative justice as an alternative dispute resolution. Due to huge amount of pendency of cases in courts justice has often been delayed and solution of this problem can be done by alternative dispute resolution. The main motive regarding this article and behind the whole situation is to maintain the harmony between the dispute parties. It focuses more on holding people are accountable and in order to heal the harm. It is also focusing on future problem solving and offender accountability. It takes less time consuming then court proceedings and the facilitators and community members. It allows everyone to have a voice. The whole article focuses on the need of restorative justice as an alternative dispute resolution.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 1183 - 1186


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