Centre for Restorative Justice (CRJ)

RegNet scholars awarded APIP grant

We are delighted to announce that four RegNet scholars have secured funding from the Asia-Pacific Innovation Program (APIP) for the completion of the following projects:

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Justice capital: From the darkness into the light

By David Best and Sharynne Hamilton

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Image: John Fielding (Flickr CC BY 2.0)

The potential of policing coalitions in PNG

Australia has recently announced a $135.9 million package over three and a half years to support policing i

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Miranda Forsyth and logal councilors Image: Local councillors participate in discussions about combatting sorcery accusation related violence hosted by Voice for Change in Jiwaka (Credit: Miranda Forsyth)

ACT's Restorative Justice scheme shows less re-offending

The ANU and Australian Institute for Criminology (AIC) have completed a ten year evaluation of the ACT’s Restorative Ju

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ANU & EPA Awarded Research Grant on Restorative Justice for Environment

The Australian Research Council (ARC) has recently awarded the Australian National University (ANU) and Victorian Environmental Protection Author

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ARC grant RegNet and EPA

The Centre for Restorative Justice (CRJ) is a world leader in experimental and theoretical research on restorative justice in a range of areas including crime, conflict and peacebuilding. Its mission is to produce, synthesise and apply primary field studies wherever they can be conducted, translating that research into evidence-based policies around the world.

The Centre works closely with the Canberra Restorative Community which is convened by RegNet’s Mary Ivec.

RegNet’s John Braithwaite, Co-Director of the Centre, produces his own blog War. Crime. Regulation which closely relates to the work of the Centre.

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The Centre for Restorative Justice is led by Professor John Braithwaite and Dr Miranda Forsyth

Research projects

The Centre for Restorative Justice has received over $15 million in research grants since it began operating in 1995

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Updated:  10 August 2017/Responsible Officer:  Director, RegNet/Page Contact:  Director, RegNet