RJI re-prints this article with Dan Van Ness of Prison Fellowship International regarding his restorative justice work in Rwanda as the International Criminal Tribunal of Rwanda closes. This interview was published by UNICRI's Freedom from Fear and written by JRP, the Justice & Reconciliation Project.
RJI shares the following with you from Ian D. Marder, Founder, Community Restorative Researchers. Since RJI is in strong support of evidence based research as it works to advocate for victims-driven restorative justice nationally and globally we are glad to
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.uk/news/local/restorative-justice-week/ http://www.restorativejusticeinternational.com/2015/wales-restorative-justice-works/
Restorative justice is needed as the United States debates what to do with its justice system. Action is needed by the U.S. Congress. Reform of the justice system must be guided by restorative justice which seeks to transform offenders who commit
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. Understanding how restorative justice can impact the
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. While not all victims may choose this path RJI believes it is
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. Restorative justice is spreading worldwide
Restorative Justice International Lisa Rea, President www.restorativejusticeinternational.com October 1, 2015 RJI 2015 Membership Survey SUMMARY OF RESULTS Restorative Justice International is excited to share the results of our 2015 member survey. There were a total of 137 respondents likely representing the more active and involved
June 2016 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). The film follows three separate restorative justice cases, one in Germany, one in the U.S. and one in Norway.
From Dhaka Tribune we share the following article with you regarding restorative justice work in Bangladesh. http://www.dhakatribune.com/weekend/2015/sep/03/restorative-justice-way-forward Worldwide justice systems are concluding that restorative justice that is victims-driven provides greater satisfaction to crime victims after crime occurs. Offenders are more likely to