This lecture is going to examine the the idea of rectificatory (putting right a past wrong) or corrective justice which goes back to Aristotle, and can take many forms, including punishment, compensation, restitution or restoration, as well as other forms of amending action. The problem is that too often punishment focuses on wrongdoers, often to the exclusion or even to the detriment of victims; compensation focuses on victims rather than wrongdoers. So what is the best way to deal with these problems?
The lecture starts at 1930 on Monday 22nd June preceeded by registration and light refreshements from 1845. You need to book in advance - follow the link below. I hope to see you there!