Popular Justice and Community Regeneration : Pathways of Indigenous Reform Hardback
Formal justice systems have not served the human rights of native and aboriginal groups well and have led to growing natural and international pressure for equal treatment and increased political and legal autonomy.
Indigenous activities in areas of community healing have created a fervor of interest as native peoples have shared experiences with programs that reduce addiction, family violence, child abuse, and sociocultural disintegration of traditional communities.
Through ethnographic and indigenous contributions this volume penetrates the psychosocial aspects of the indigenous movement in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
It analyzes community-based reforms and shows how years of experience in adversity, peacemaking, and community preservation have equipped native peoples with skills they now wish to share for spiritual world healing.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 264 pages
- Publisher: ABC-CLIO
- Publication Date: 13/06/1995
- Category: Social & cultural history
- ISBN: 9780275951313