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The paradox and promise of restorative attorney discipline.

Source: (2010) Nevada Law Journal. 12(2):253-315.Our contribution to this debate is to envision a specific structure and form for public participation in disciplinary processes. We draw upon theory and practice in the field of Restorative Justic... READ MORE

Implications of growth: Challenges for restorative justice.

Source: (2013) International Review of Victimmology. Published online before print November 10, 2013, doi: 10.1177/0269758013510808Restorative justice has been growing around the world in terms of its implementation, often allied to criminal justi... READ MORE

People, not projects

by Lynette Parker: Recently, I’ve done some work for the North American Mission Board’s LoveLoud Initiative to develop resources to help churches use restorative practices to meet the needs of those impacted by the justice system. In the text... READ MORE

Project Turnaround earns kudos

from the article by Sarah Jarvis in The Timaru Herald: When it comes to exceptional service and notable results, Timaru's restorative justice programme is leading the way. The Ministry of Justice-funded programme, known locally as Project Turnaro... READ MORE

Restorative Justice listening . . . to bare witness

from the blog article by Kris Miner: That is an intentional typo. I’m going to try to explain the kind of listening that works best in Restorative Justice Peacemaking Circles. Not listening to respond, not active listening so you can refram... READ MORE

People are not programs

from the blog article by Hal Pepinsky: ...From victim-offender mediation trainings and practice, I learned that regardless of formal structure and training, people will apply their underlying habits and perspective as mediators to doing “rest... READ MORE