Restorative Justice of Customary Law in Indonesia

  • Judha Riksawan
Keywords: Restorative Justice, Customary Law,, Traditional System

Abstract

Restorative Justice is a theory of justice that emphasizes repairing the harm caused by criminal behavior. It is best accomplished through cooperative processes that allow all willing stakeholders to meet and resolve the problems. In many instances, restorative justice is derived from the rites of various ancient, cultural and spiritual contexts. This study seeks to provide an overview of this concept and the restorative processes undertaken in traditional life in Indonesia. The study was conducted by literature review of the results of some research on traditional customary law practices. The results of this study are a description of how a form of restorative justice has been carried out in traditional communities in Indonesia

Published
2020-07-30
How to Cite
Riksawan, J. (2020). Restorative Justice of Customary Law in Indonesia. International Journal of Global Community, 3(2 July), 181 - 188. Retrieved from https://journal.riksawan.com/index.php/IJGC-RI/article/view/70