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RJC: Developing best practice through shared learning, London (UK), 3 March 2017


Developing best practice through shared learning


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The RJC is hosting a brand new event on Friday March 3 2017, led by...
 

Restorative justice manager for London (UK), to fill A.S.A.P.

Restorative justice manager

Published: 27 January 2017

British Transport Police is recruiting a full time restorative justice manager based
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Getting Away With Murder

Getting Away With Murder

Researching lynching cold cases, law students restore history.

By BETH SCHWARTZAPFEL
The document is more than 85 years old, handwritten and hard to read. Many death certificates from this period are ambiguous or euphemistic: the victim died from a “broken neck.” Not this one. The cause of death, recorded in loopy cursive, is “hanged by mob.”

Robert Appleberry, 22 and known as Hollie, was murdered in 1930 in the tiny Mississippi
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NYTimes: After the Pain, a Chance to Meet and Forgive

After the Pain, a Chance to Meet and Forgive


By TIMOTHY WILLIAMSJAN. 3, 2017


TOPEKA, Kan. — Early one morning along a stretch of nearly deserted Kansas highway, Cameron Freeman, a college student from Nebraska, and Zachary Harrison, an Air Force loadmaster, were involved in a violent traffic collision that left one of the promising young men dead and the other in prison.

Suffering from pain, confusion and bouts of overpowering anger, the survivor
...
 

PHD BLOG – COMPLEXITIES AND CHALLENGES IN RESEARCH WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG*PEOPLE, by Claire Paterson-Young

PHD BLOG – COMPLEXITIES AND CHALLENGES IN RESEARCH WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

January 29, 2017

Happy New Year from the BSC postgraduate
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Save the Date: "Learning in the 21st Century: A Restorative Vision" - IIRP World Conference - October 23-25, 2017 - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Learning in the 21st Century: A Restorative Vision
October 23-25, 2017 – Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
International Institute for Restorative
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Four Innovative Schools That Are Implementing Restorative Justice - SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCES

Four Innovative Schools That Are Implementing Restorative Justice



Many schools across the country are opting to implement restorative justice
...
 

Community Programs releases report and infographic on school-to-prison pipeline (2016)

COMMUNITY PROGRAMS RELEASES REPORT AND INFOGRAPHIC ON SCHOOL-TO-PRISON PIPELINE

Dr. Angela Irvine released a policy brief that documents that 9 in 10 detained and incarcerated youth were suspended or expelled before entering the justice system. The data is based on surveys of seven detention halls across the country.

Dr. Angela Irvine also released an infographic showing that Black boys who have been suspended are 180 times more likely to enter the California juvenile justice system
...
 

Setting Standards for Restorative Justice, by John Braithwaite

SETTING STANDARDS FOR RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

JOHN BRAITHWAITE



Three types of restorative justice standards are articulated: limiting, maximizing, and enabling standards. They are developed as multidimensional criteria for evaluating restorative justice programmes. A way of summarizing the long list of standards is that they define ways of securing the republican freedom (dominion) of citizens through repair, transformation, empowerment with others and limiting...
 

Restorative justice and responsive regulation: the question of evidence, by John Braithwaite

Restorative justice and responsive regulation: the question of evidence

By John Braithwaite

RegNet Australian National University

The RegNet Research Paper Series is published electronically by the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) at the Australian National University.

Find out more about our work at regnet.anu.edu.au



Abstract

Restorative justice is a way of selecting strategies to respond
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Developing best practice through shared learning (London, UK), 3 Mar 2017

Developing best practice through shared learning
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The Nation: Redefining crime

Redefining crime



Executive Director, Prison Fellowship Nigeria and Coordinator, Lagos State Restorative Justice Steering Committee, Benson Ngozi Iwuagwu, in this article, examines various approaches to tackling crime.

The definition of crime will depend on what prism of justice you are looking at, Retributive Criminal Justice System as we presently have or Restorative Justice System. Whilst both aim for justice in response to crime, they define crime differently, have
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RJC: Developing best practice through shared learning, London (UK), 3 March 2017


Developing best practice through shared learning


Register here

The RJC is hosting a brand new event on Friday March 3 2017, led by...
 

Restorative justice manager for London (UK), to fill A.S.A.P.

Restorative justice manager

Published: 27 January 2017

British Transport Police is recruiting a full time restorative justice manager based
...
 

Getting Away With Murder

Getting Away With Murder

Researching lynching cold cases, law students restore history.

By BETH SCHWARTZAPFEL
The document is more than 85 years old, handwritten and hard to read. Many death certificates from this period are ambiguous or euphemistic: the victim died from a “broken neck.” Not this one. The cause of death, recorded in loopy cursive, is “hanged by mob.”

Robert Appleberry, 22 and known as Hollie, was murdered in 1930 in the tiny Mississippi
...
 

NYTimes: After the Pain, a Chance to Meet and Forgive

After the Pain, a Chance to Meet and Forgive


By TIMOTHY WILLIAMSJAN. 3, 2017


TOPEKA, Kan. — Early one morning along a stretch of nearly deserted Kansas highway, Cameron Freeman, a college student from Nebraska, and Zachary Harrison, an Air Force loadmaster, were involved in a violent traffic collision that left one of the promising young men dead and the other in prison.

Suffering from pain, confusion and bouts of overpowering anger, the survivor
...
 

PHD BLOG – COMPLEXITIES AND CHALLENGES IN RESEARCH WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG*PEOPLE, by Claire Paterson-Young

PHD BLOG – COMPLEXITIES AND CHALLENGES IN RESEARCH WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

January 29, 2017

Happy New Year from the BSC postgraduate
...
 

Save the Date: "Learning in the 21st Century: A Restorative Vision" - IIRP World Conference - October 23-25, 2017 - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Learning in the 21st Century: A Restorative Vision
October 23-25, 2017 – Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
International Institute for Restorative
...
 

Four Innovative Schools That Are Implementing Restorative Justice - SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCES

Four Innovative Schools That Are Implementing Restorative Justice



Many schools across the country are opting to implement restorative justice
...
 

Community Programs releases report and infographic on school-to-prison pipeline (2016)

COMMUNITY PROGRAMS RELEASES REPORT AND INFOGRAPHIC ON SCHOOL-TO-PRISON PIPELINE

Dr. Angela Irvine released a policy brief that documents that 9 in 10 detained and incarcerated youth were suspended or expelled before entering the justice system. The data is based on surveys of seven detention halls across the country.

Dr. Angela Irvine also released an infographic showing that Black boys who have been suspended are 180 times more likely to enter the California juvenile justice system
...
 

Setting Standards for Restorative Justice, by John Braithwaite

SETTING STANDARDS FOR RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

JOHN BRAITHWAITE



Three types of restorative justice standards are articulated: limiting, maximizing, and enabling standards. They are developed as multidimensional criteria for evaluating restorative justice programmes. A way of summarizing the long list of standards is that they define ways of securing the republican freedom (dominion) of citizens through repair, transformation, empowerment with others and limiting...
 

Restorative justice and responsive regulation: the question of evidence, by John Braithwaite

Restorative justice and responsive regulation: the question of evidence

By John Braithwaite

RegNet Australian National University

The RegNet Research Paper Series is published electronically by the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) at the Australian National University.

Find out more about our work at regnet.anu.edu.au



Abstract

Restorative justice is a way of selecting strategies to respond
...
 

Developing best practice through shared learning (London, UK), 3 Mar 2017

Developing best practice through shared learning
...
 

The Nation: Redefining crime

Redefining crime



Executive Director, Prison Fellowship Nigeria and Coordinator, Lagos State Restorative Justice Steering Committee, Benson Ngozi Iwuagwu, in this article, examines various approaches to tackling crime.

The definition of crime will depend on what prism of justice you are looking at, Retributive Criminal Justice System as we presently have or Restorative Justice System. Whilst both aim for justice in response to crime, they define crime differently, have
...
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