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The New Zealand series of educational videos on Family Group Conferences.
(Distributed in North America by the American Humane Association.)
$195 for the set of seven videos, or $30/video.
- Putting Right the Wrong: Victims Rights in the Family Group Conference Process (20 minutes).
- Penny's Family: A Pakeha Youth Justice Story (15 minutes)
- Joanne's Family: A Pakeha Care and Protection Story (23 minutes)
- Stephen's Whanau: A Maori Youth Justice Story (23 minutes)
- Mihi's Whanau: A Maori Care and Protection Story (27 minutes)
- Eddie's Aiga: A Samoan Youth Justice Story (22 minutes)
- Richard's Aiga: A Samoan Care and Protection Story (23 minutes)
United States FGDM Videos:
- Permanency Toolkit: Family Group Decision Making (25 minutes)
- A Plan for Joseph: An Actual Family Group Conference (75 minutes)
- Let Us Put Out Minds Together: The Power of Family Group Conferencing in Washington State (24 minutes