Find all the latest job and volunteering opportunities in all the restorative and ADR disciplines.
If you have a vacancy or need volunteers, post your requirements, as well as your contact details, here.
Are you a restorative researcher or in academia? This is your space to share information, have discussions and support each other.
Post here your work for others to review, find assistance or request access to projects for research purposes.
The Community of Restorative Researchers (CoRR) is a new research network, open to all persons and organisations involved in restorative practice in any capacity. This includes practitioners, policymakers, project managers and participants, as well as researchers, academics and students at any level of study. Created in June 2014, it now has over 600 members from over forty countries.
Check this area for opportunities to socialise, consult, offer support and receive it.
A lot of us work from home, so this is also a good place to stay in touch with colleagues, and to make new acquaintances.
You can also use this space to meet people from your same area or with whom you share a common interest.
Revisiting Restorative Perspectives: Lilma Braithwaite, RJ and Victim Liaison Officer for Southwark YOT
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Welcome to the Restorative Forum
The Restorative Forum is the place for the Restorative Community to meet and have open and frank discussions.
Whether you are a Mediator or RJ Practitioner, Academic, Service Commissioner, or simply interested in Restorative Approaches, you are welcome to participate in debate, contribute with your experience and share best practice.
So a big welcome to you - thank you for joining the Restorative Forum.
A prosecutor's vision for a better justice system
Restorative Perspectives: Ian Marder, Founder of the Community of Restorative Researchers
Quote of the Week
Why does crime happen? Well, you might say that it's because youths don't have jobs. Or you might say that's because the doors of our buildings are not fortified enough. Given some limited funds to spend, you can either create yet another national employment program or you can equip houses with even better cameras, sensors, and locks - Evgeny Morozov