Justiça ativa: Processos de justiça restaurativa como campo fértil para o exercício da cidadania

  • Brunilda Pali Leuven Institute of Criminology (LINC), Catholic University of Leuven (KU Leuven), Belgium
Palavras-chave: Cidanania ativa. Justiça restaurativa. Democracia. Justiça Social.

Resumo

Este artigo foca-se principalmente na relação entre o conceito de cidadania e o de justiça restaurativa, especialmente como vista e representada nas quatro configurações interculturais do projeto ALTERNATIVA. A primeira parte foca-se no conceito de cidadania participativa relacionada ao crime e ao conflito. A segunda parte explica e deixa clara a demanda por um discurso da justiça restaurativa por parte do conceito de cidadania participativa e de democracia. A parte três menciona alguns dos desafios presentes no discurso da justiça restaurativa que complicam a sua relação com a cidadania participativa. A parte quatro apresenta alguns dos meios pelos quais o projeto ALTERNATIVA tenta cuidar desses desafios. O artigo argumenta que se vermos o processo restaurativo como sendo essencialmente sobre conversar e agir juntos, o elemento essencial da participação ativa faz da justiça restaurativa claramente uma manifestação de ação política. No entanto, a justiça restaurativa deve ser não somente limitada a ser discursiva e reflexiva, mas deve forjar alianças com agências governamentais e não governamentais, e criar redes de responsabilização que levem a ações sociais e políticas concretas que combatam as injustiças de todos os tipos.

Biografia do Autor

Brunilda Pali, Leuven Institute of Criminology (LINC), Catholic University of Leuven (KU Leuven), Belgium

Leuven Institute of Criminology (LINC), Catholic University of  Leuven (KU Leuven), Belgium

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Publicado
2014-05-29
Seção
Dossiê Justiça Restaurativa