Derek R. Brookes
Australian National University (PhD)
This Consultation Report was part of a wider project that aimed to explore the feasibility of a restorative justice service in the context of work-related deaths in Victoria, the first part of which involved a Literature Review. The aim of this Report was: (1) To present the responses that were received in the consultation process. (2) To identify the views of individuals, drawn from key stakeholder groups, on the project's three working hypotheses. (3) To make a set of recommendations, based on the findings of the research project, for the use of restorative justice as a means of addressing the harm caused by work-related deaths.
Keywords restorative justice, work-related death, corporate responsibility, Victoria, research
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