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        Fixing Juvie Justice: Part 2

        In this clip from Fixing Juvie Justice, a group of innovators applies the principles of justice from the Maori people of New Zealand to the juvenile detention system in Baltimore, Maryland. The Maori people have been using a form of group conferencing to air grievances for centuries. The general format has been replicated in Baltimore, alleviating an overflowing youth judicial system of nonviolent cases against juveniles. This new take on the Maori’s conferencing model is proving to be highly effective resulting in substantially less re-offenses by juveniles who participate in conferencing.

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