What Resources Are Available for Practitioners?
Programme Resources. The effectiveness of restorative justice programmes can hinge on the knowledge, skill and values of those who operate them. Here is a wealth of resources for practitioners.
Building Local Support for Restorative Justice. What can be done locally to promote restorative justice? This tutorial, based on an article by Kay Pranis, will help practitioners design a strategy for building community support for restorative initiatives.
Training Resources. There are a number of articles and manuals available to help train practitioners and a growing number of organizations offer training in particular restorative processes and practices.
Training Manuals. Manuals prepared for specific programmes can provide guidance to those seeking more general information on training practitioners.
Training Opportunities. A growing number of organizations are offering training in restorative practices and processes. The ones listed here are offered as a service to the users of Restorative justice Online, but inclusion should not be considered as an endorsement. Other organizations that regularly conduct training are invited to submit information and links.
Evaluating Programmes. Evaluation reports are useful in understanding more about effective practice. This section also includes an assortment of evaluation instruments that have been used to assess programmes.
Evaluation Reports. The articles in this section either summarize evaluation reports or are the reports themselves.
Evaluation Tools. This section contains evaluation instruments that have been used for assessing the effectiveness of particular restorative processes.