This project will document how South Africa's School of Hope uses restorative justice to rehabilitate society's vulnerable youth.
This project will explore, with photography and audio interviews, how restorative justice is practiced at The School of Hope in Cape Town, South Africa. Restorative Justice attempts to “restore a balance to a human that has been knocked askew” (Berkley Center, May 2011). Restorative justice was implemented in the1990s when the Truth and Reconciliation Committee began to repair damage done by apartheid. The school is dedicated to rehabilitating vulnerable youth; their mission is an example of how staff and volunteers practice restorative justice in a country where life expectancy is only 54 years due to the country’s lack of educational resources. Society relies heavily on the practice of restorative justice as a way to reach their youth.
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Mar 15, 2012 - May 13, 2012
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Contributors that pledge $1-$25 will get their name, an acknowledgement of their contribution, and personal or company website link on my blog, (megdanielsphoto.tumblr.com), and LinkedIn page.Estimated delivery: Aug 2012
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Pledge $151-$249 receive a first-run edition of a color, 10-page, softcover, coffee table book.Estimated delivery: Oct 2012
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Pledge $251+ receive all of the above plus a first-run edition and a 20- page hardcover coffee table book.Estimated delivery: Dec 2012