Restorative Justice Resource Links

 

Center for Restorative Justice and Peacemaking

with founder Dr. Mark Umbreit, University of Minnesota

 

The Institute for Restorative Justice and Restorative Dialogue

with founder Marilyn Armour, LICSW, PhD (Austin, TX)

 

Marquette Law School’s Restorative Justice Initiative

with founder Janine Geske (former Wisconsin Supreme Court Judge)

 

National Association for Community and Restorative Justice

with Executive Director Michael Gilbert  (exec.dir@nacrj.org)

 

Restorative Justice Online Global RJ activity and policy issues; largest bank of articles

 

International Institute for Restorative Practices Training, articles, world news and peace; good with restorative school resources

 

Center for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies of Fresno Pacific University  Job and career opportunities, continuing education

 

Eastern Mennonite University Conflict Transformation Program One of the first North American programs to offer an MA in the conflict and peace building fields.

 

Restorative Justice Initiative, Marquette University Law School One of the most integrated restorative justice programs among the American Bar Association

 

United Methodist Church Restorative Justice Video resources  Information for church-related programming

 

The Centre of Restorative Justice, British Columbia Good search library, Canadian news

 

Restorative Justice Society  Connecting RJ professionals worldwide

 

Murder Victims Families For Reconciliation Support for victims of violent crimes, death penalty issues

 

The Forgiveness Project  Worldwide stories of forgiveness and reconciliation; based in London

 

Restorative Justice 4 All  A premier London-based site for international networking and educating

 

European Forum for Restorative Justice Promoting victim offender mediation and RJ practices throughout Europe

 

Barron County Restorative Justice Programs A model community-based program in Wisconsin with comprehensive RJ programming

 

Restorative Justice Blog

Howard Zehr  pioneer of restorative justice

 

Article by Ted Lewis

Barron County Restorative Justice Programs: Partnership Model of Government and Community Resources by Ted Lewis (in Journal of Juvenile Justice with OJJDP, Fall, 2011).