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The Psychology of Community Conferencing

Source: (2002) In, John G. Perry, ed. Repairing Communities Through Restorative Justice. Lanham, MD : American Correctional Association. Pp. 123-139."Community conferencing is a process for transforming conflict. A community conference assists a ... READ MORE

Community Conferencing as Conflict Transformation

Source: (2002) In, John G. Perry, ed. Repairing Communities Through Restorative Justice. Lanham, MD : American Correctional Association. Pp. 107-122."This essay is a contribution toward the theory and practice of transformative justice and conflic... READ MORE

Managing Social Conflict -- The Evolution of a Practical Theory

Source: (2004) Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare. 31(1, March): 71-91.This article describes the co-evolution of a process and a theory. Through the 1990s, the process known as "conferencing" moved beyond child welfare and youth justice, to ... READ MORE

David Williamson's Jack Manning Trilogy: A Study Guide

Source: (2003) Sydney, Australia: Currency Press.This guide examines a trilogy of plays on Conferencing by Australia's foremost playwright, David Williamson.... David Moore, a co-founder of Transformative Justice Australia (the Sydney-based group ... READ MORE

Prosecution in the community: A study of emergent strategies. A cross site analysis

Source: (1998) Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management in the Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy.The authors of this document identify three chief aims in thei... READ MORE

Confronting your victim is the best trial by fire

Source: (2002) International Child and Youth Care Network Today. Originally appeared in Sydney Morning Herald, 8 January.Clearly arsonists need to be punished, states David Moore, director of Transformative Justice Australia. At the same time, ars... READ MORE

Community conferencing as a special case of conflict transformation.

Source: (2001) In Restorative justice and civil society, eds. Heather Strang and John Braithwaite, 130-148. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.McDonald and Moore seek to broaden the theory of transformative justice and conflict transformati... READ MORE