The Centre for Justice & Reconciliation works with Prison Fellowship national affiliates in 40 countries to advance restorative interventions in the lives of victims and offenders.
Sycamore Tree Project
The Sycamore Tree Project brings together unrelated victims and offenders (that is, they are not each other's victims and offenders). Using a curriculum guide prepared by PFI, a facilitator leads the participants in conversations about subjects related to crime and justice.
Communities of Restoration
Communities of Restoration are 24-hour, 7-day-a-week intensive prison regimes operated by Prison Fellowship in eleven countries. They are designed to reduce offending behavior through character-focused, faith-based programming. They focus on restoration of offenders to themselves, their families, their victims, their communities and their creator by allowing them to experience and participate in responsible, supportive and caring relationships.
System Reform Projects
Restorative justice policies and programs can be part of a comprehensive response to chronic problems in the criminal justice system.