September 2001 Edition
Restorative Justice Inroads into the United Kingdom
Over the past three years, the United Kingdom has begun to implement significant changes in its response to youth crime. A research report on initial results from 11 pilot sites was released in January 2001, and work continues toward the goal of nationwide implementation by April 2002.
RJ Online Articles Archive Now Has 1000 Entries
New books, articles and studies on restorative justice appear every month. Search abstracts of over 1000 of these resources in the RJ Online Articles Archive.
Local Community Innovations: Transformation House
This private, non-profit organization in Kentucky serves homicide survivors and convicted murderers. When both parties desire it, Transformation House brings together death row inmates with the survivors of their victim. Meet the committed woman who started this innovative program.
Book Review: Counseling Female Offenders and Victims: A Strengths-Restorative Approach
Counseling Female Offenders and Victims: A Strengths-Restorative Approach attempts to create a new model of practice that combines strengths theory with restorative justice principles.
Website of the Month: Restorative Justice Centre--South Africa
The Restorative Justice Centre of South Africa provides information, services, and research to further the development of Restorative Justice in South Africa.
Meet Howard Zehr and John Braithwaite
These restorative justice pioneers have contributed much to the formulation of restorative justice theory and practice. See how Zehr and Braithwaite continue to be on the Leading Edge.