Restorative Justice practices are an alternative form of justice that’s a victim-centered that creates a space for offenders to own the harm done, and for victims to tell the story of their experiences of that harm directly to the offender. It’s a set of indigenous restorative practices that try to restore a sense of balance into the entire community, and it can be used as an complete alternative to existing retributive justice systems or as a supplement. Tyler Musgrave has worked with the organization of Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth, and then participated in Mozilla’s XR Studio to learn more about how she can bring some of these restorative practices within the context of VR in her Restorative VR project.
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