A world-wide association for pestorative practitioners, RPI is an independent professional member organisation designed to support practitioners working in diverse areas of Restorative Justice and related fields. Formed by practitioners for practitioners, we are adamant that we have a lot to learn from one another and that our work will be stronger as a result.
There is a range of Restorative Justice programs across fields as diverse as justice (policing, corrections, juvenile justice), schools, workplaces, organizations, faith groups, family and community. RJ programs are characterized by four key values.
A developing list of useful links to RJ and related websites, covering RP in criminal justice schools and more. We also list a number of interesting articles for those seeking to learn more about the application of RP principles.
In this section we review books, papers, DVD’s and other resources that could be useful for developing practice.
Do you have a title to be reviewed? Have you seen a great resource that we should all know about? Please contact our office by email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions.
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