Centre for Restorative Justice (CRJ) - Resources

CRJ Links

Strategic linkages to other research groups

The Centre maintains affiliations with several institutions, both in Australia and overseas:

Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, ANU, through Dr Sinclair Dinnen and Brother Pat Howley.

Lee Center of Criminology, University of Pennsylvania, USA through Professor Lawrence Sherman.

Australian Institute of Criminology through Janet Smith.

Australian Research Council’s Key Centre on Justice at Griffith University through Professor Ross Homel and Associate Professor Kathleen Daly.

Toyo University, Tokyo, Japan through Professor Yoko Hosoi.

Other links

Australian Insititute of Criminology

Canberra Restorative Community

Centre for Democratic Institutions

Centre for Tax System Integrity

Law Faculty, ANU Law Program, RSSS

NSW Corrective Services

Real Justice - an international organisation involved in conferencing and restorative justice

John Braithwaite’s blog War.Crime.Regulation

School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet)

Research School of Social Sciences Restorative Justice: an Annotated Bibliography, 1997 Compiled and edited by Paul McCold for the Restorative Justice Working Party of the United Nations Alliance of Non-Governmental Organizations on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. Originally published and available in print from Criminal Justice Press. Part of the Prison Fellowship International website.

Restorative Justice Knowledge Base. A UK based comprehensive website covering practical aspects for delivering restorative justice.

Restorative Justice Online - The goal of Restorative Justice Online is to be a resource of choice for credible, non-partisan information on restorative justice.

Simon Fraser University Centre for Restorative Justice, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada

South Australia Juvenile Justice Research on Conferencing (SAJJ)

Transformative Justice Australia (TJA) TJA was formed in 1995 by a group determined to improve the way in which conflict is dealt with, whether in homes, in schools, throughout justice systems, in workplaces, or in any other communities. TJA works in partnership with other individuals and agencies in Australasia and elsewhere to develop processes and programs for transforming conflict.

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