BARJBalanced and Restorative Justice
BARJBalanced Approach Restorative Justice (various locations)
BARJBergen Academy of Reform Judaism (New Jersey)
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The final interview will be conducted with the BARJ Coordinator of the SCDJJ.
Three from James Wright and one each from Rabi Barj, Neil Brown, Paul Coney and Mark Carpenter sealed the game.
Harborne's run of success continued with a 4-0 win over bottom club North Notts while goals from Andrew Litchfield, Charles Wright, Phil Coney and Ravi Barj put champions Olton among the top four in the Premier Division.
Barj Dhahan, chair, Canada India Foundation said while B.C.'s exports to India have dramatically grown in the past two years, he believes it can grow to $ 1 billion per annum within the next few years.
Embedded in the comprehensive strategy is the Balanced and Restorative Justice (BARJ) model.
Despite the move toward harsher juvenile justice policies and practices, as demonstrated by increased use of waivers, changes in sentencing authority, and erosion of confidentiality provisions, several states have incorporated restorative justice language of the Balanced Approach and Restorative Justice Model ("BARJ") into their juvenile delinquency provisions.(113) Pennsylvania, for example, in enacting the Juvenile Act,(114) simultaneously elevated the importance of criminal sanctions in response to juvenile offenses while also promoting interventions to the treatment and rehabilitation of children.
Awarded by Canada India Education Society (CIES) in partnership with the Department of Asian Studies at University of British Columbia (UBC), the prize is funded by an endowment from Barj and Rita Dhahan, and family and friends.
In a nationwide survey to determine states' juvenile justice laws, pollicies and programs based on the values and principles of restorative justice and the Balanced and Restorative Justice (BARJ) models, the BARJ project at Florida Atlantic University found that: