Members of the international board
Bill’s work in the field began as a School Counsellor in an Adelaide school. Today, Bill facilitates professional learning for teachers and leaders.
Bronwyn helped pioneer Restorative Justice in the Northern Territory in 2000. She helped influence the education community to adopt Restorative Practices at a policy level.
Chris was a teacher for 30 years, and worked at the Hull Centre for Restorative Practice. Chris has been a speaker in the UK, USA, Canada, Australia and Hungary.
An experienced researcher, trainer and author in restorative practices and consultant to schools and school systems internationally.
Jim’s experience includes post-conflict mediation, peacebuilding and restorative parenting in his native Northern Ireland.
With 30 years as a former Police Officer, John was an early advocate of conferencing in Tasmania and has receive service awards for this work.
Julia helped develop the first restorative justice standards of practice in the UK for the Home Office. She now works in New Zealand as General Manager for a large social services provider.
An author and recognised expert in the field of RP in schools and workplaces, she works across Australia, New Zealand, the UK and the USA. Marg is a co-founder of RPI.
Peta has applied restorative justice practices in diverse settings including workplaces, communities, policing, corrections and schools. A trainer and author in the field, Peta is a co-founder of RPI.