Results from a national poll in July 2015 shows overwhelming support for restorative justice in the UK, especially giving crime victims the right to restorative justice. This news is according to the UK’s Restorative Justice Council.
RJI is fortunate to have Dr. Sandro Calvani serving on our Global Steering Committee. He writes the following commentary on the Bangkok bombing on August 17th, 2015 from his office in Bangkok, Thailand.
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The following article printed in The Tribune is written by Upneet Lalli, Deputy Director. Institute of Correctional Administration, Chandigarh, India.
RJI is pleased to share this encouraging news from the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) as reported by City News.
UK restorative justice expert and lecturer Martin Wright provides this commentary: A Restorative Blueprint for Justice. How do you implement restorative justice as a vision for reform of our justice systems? Step by step.
RJI links the following article and a petition regarding the disturbing case of Sandra Bland, a 28-year old African American woman from Illinois stopped in Waller county, Texas on July 10 for a traffic violation.
We are often asked what is the definition of restorative justice? The link provided below is a short slide show describing restorative justice in simple terms. The link is provided by rjonline.org.
RJI links the following article from the Washington Post which was written by The Marshall Project. We found this article excellent in its thoroughness as well as troubling.
RJI is linking the following research published by the European Forum on Restorative Justice. This research examines victims and restorative justice in three countries: Finland, Austria and The Netherlands.