RJI shares the following with you from Ian D. Marder, Founder, Community Restorative Researchers.
Law enforcement in Dyfed Powys support restorative justice to encourage offender accountability and restoration of crime victims, as much as possible, and communities as well also injured by crime. http://www.swanseasound.co.
Restorative justice is needed as the United States debates what to do with its justice system. Action is needed by the U.S. Congress.
RJI is glad to have the Restorative Justice Project at the University of Wisconsin Law School as an Affiliate Member. Law students should learn about the importance of restorative justice to the justice system.
RJI provides the following link to an excellent BBC interview with Laura Coel, a victim of sexual abuse who chose to participate in a restorative justice meeting with her offender.
Restorative justice works. We like this article from South Central Saskatchewan, Canada. The plain and simple fact is that every day restorative justice is changing the lives of crime victims and offenders and the communities they live in.
I have a friend in prison in Northern California. His name is Eric B. I have known him for years having first met him in a victim offender program that brought crime victims into prison to talk about the impact crime had on them.
Restorative Justice International Lisa Rea, President www.restorativejusticeinternational.
September 2015 Restorative Justice International (RJI) invites you to view the trailer for Hubertus Siegert’s documentary on restorative justice processes entitled Beyond Punishment (S.U.M.O. Film, 2015).
From Dhaka Tribune we share the following article with you regarding restorative justice work in Bangladesh. http://www.dhakatribune.