RJI is pleased to present our podcast with Ms. Helen Bowen, a restorative justice champion based in Auckland, New Zealand. Helen Bowen is a criminal barrister, youth advocate and lawyer with 30 years’ experience.
RJI is expanding its outreach to victims of crime to encourage victims to step forward and choose restorative justice. If you do not know what restorative justice is or want more information about it contact RJI via our website portal.
RJI is pleased to share the following podcast interview from Radio New Zealand with two important restorative justice experts who are greatly respected in the field of justice and restorative justice.
March 30, 2018 Having spent most of my legislative career in Sacramento, California, California’s capitol city, it is even more difficult to write this post today.
RJI is pleased to share the following podcast as we speak to Dr. Mark Walters, an international expert on the use of restorative justice with hate crimes. Mark is a professor of Criminal Law and Criminology at the University of Sussex in the UK.
February 14, 2018 The following is RJI’s written testimony as submitted to the Australian Senate Standing Committee on Community Affairs as they take up legislation in response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Abuse (2
This is one of RJI’s favorite podcasts. Ray and Vi Donovan speak about the death of their son and their strong support for restorative justice.
RJI is pleased to share our podcast with Australian restorative justice champion Margaret Thorsborne.
January 2, 2018 Today’s podcast recorded in December of 2017 is a joint podcast between Ian Marder, a ph.d. student and criminologist with the University of Leeds, School of Law and Lisa Rea, founder and president of RJI.
The following is a RJI podcast (30 minutes) conducted on December 1st with International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP) president John Bailie (Pennsylvania, U.S.) and Henry McClendon Jr.