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ICOPA IX Programs, Papers and documentation


ICOPA Documenation
Programs and Papers
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Program and papers from Nigeria - ICOPA X
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Resolutions & Participants


Individual Papers:
   
AFSC - American Friends Service Committee
- "New Justice Paradigm"
Odette Luce Bouvier
- "Alternative to Imprisonment: What Lessons from Africa"
Jim Consedine
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"Of Information and Culture. Pathways to Prison Abolition: Reflecting on the New Zealand Experience"
Jane Hemeson & Chukumma Me
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"Socio-Economic Implications of Penal System in Nigeria"
Optimistic Oso
- "Another Face of Slavery"
Hal Pepinsky
- "The Journey of ICOPA Through the Years"
Hal Pepinsky
- "Teaching Peacemaking in a Warmaking Climate"
Hal Pepinsky
- "Capital Punishment"
TiyoAttallah Salah-El
- "A Call for the Abolition of Prisons"
Viviane saleh-Hanna
- "Prisoners Support and Literacy Program:
'The Circle'"
Viviane saleh-Hanna
- "Viewing African Indigenous Justice System from a Restorative and Transformative Paradigm"



Papers delivered at Toronto - ICOPA IX
Speakers' Biographies


Individual Papers:
Lauren Abramson
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"The Psychology of Community Conferencing"
Uju Agomoh
- "World Perspectives On What Is Wrong With The System: The African Criminal Justice System"
Uju Agomoh - biography
Diana Barikor
- "Corporate Crime And The World View"
Jim Brophy
- "Occupational Cancer in a Small Ontario Community and Corporate Illegality"
Brett Colllins (Justice Action)
- "What is wrong - a world perspective - Mentoring as a solution"
Frank M. Dunbaugh, J.D.
- "Picturing The Transformation Process"
Raquel Yrigoyen Fajardo
- "Criminalization Of Cultural Diversity And Indigenous Justice In Peru"
H.J. Glasbeek
- "Introduction: Why Corporate Deviance Is Not Treated As A Crime"
H.J. Glasbeek
- "Why Corporate Deviance Is Not Treated As A Crime"
Bria Huculak
- "Circling Justice, Democracy and Care: Towards a Vision of Transformative Justice"
Bria Huculak - Bibliography
John McMurtry
- "CAGING THE POOR: The Case Against the Prison System"
John McMurtry - Biography
Patricia Monture-Angus
- "Women and Risk: Aboriginal Women, Colonialism and Correctional Practice"
Ruth Morris
- "Voluntary Agencies: Recyclers Of Their Clients From Prison To Prison:
Six Reasons Why Criminal Justice Agencies Collaborate With Retributive Justice"
Ray Morris
- "Call to Transformative Justice - What is TJ?"
- Chapter 1
- Chapter 1. Part 3
- Chapter 3
- Part 6 - Introduction
- Part 6
- Conclusion"
Ray Morris
- "Political Repression and the Law"
Stephen Nathan,
- "Prison Privatization - A Challenge for Abolitionists"
Wayne Northey
- "Vision and Spirituality"
Wayne Northey - Bibliography
Kim Pate
- "Young Women and Violent Offences"
Bill Pelke
- "Trasformative Justice"
Hal Pepinsky
- "Making Peace with Shame"
Hal Pepinsky
- "Shame and Punishment, Democracy and Anger"
Bill Phipps
- "Call to Transformative Justice: Inviting the Church to Challenge Corporate Idolatry"
Bill Phipps - Biography
"Shut-the fuck-up: Sounds of a Marginalized Voice"
Mara Taub
Kevin Thomas
- "Notes For Icopa Talk"

 

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