|Restorative Justice seeks to facilitate the development and exchange of the best and most rigorously researched theoretical and practical scholarship within the domain of Restorative Justice (RJ). It aims to gather and present in a systematised way the fruits of academic research as well as practice and policy related information on RJ worldwide. We hope thereby to deepen empirical and theoretical knowledge and achieving a fluent exchange of ideas which will stimulate debates within the field of RJ and advance the development of RJ worldwide in a critical and independent way.|
Restorative Justice publishes original, ground-breaking and innovative articles about RJ and contains a vibrant book review section in which new books relevant to RJ are reviewed by leading scholars in the field. As such the journal seeks to be the leading worldwide forum for those working in the field of RJ - academics, researchers, practitioners, policy-makers and interested citizens. A subscription to Restorative Justice consists of 3 issues.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1. ISSUE 1. 2013
An adventure is taking off. Why Restorative Justice: An International Journal?
by Ivo Aertsen, Stephan Parmentier, Inge Vanfraechem, Lode Walgrave and Estelle Zinsstag
Words on words
by Nils Christie
Ten responses to 'Words on words'
by John Braithwaite, Kathleen Daly, Jan Froestad & Clifford Shearing, Shadd Maruna, Gabrielle Maxwell, Christa Pelikan, Joanna Shapland, Josep Tamarit Sumalla, Lode Walgrave and Martin Wright.
'Love thy neighbour' values, needs and willingness to participate in restorative justice: A survey of Australian and Japanese victims and offenders
by Valerie Braithwaite, Hsiao-fen Huang and Monika Reinhart
The South African Constitutional Court's restorative justice jurisprudence
by Ann Skelton
Susan L. Miller, After the Crime. The Power of Restorative Justice Dialogues between Victims and Violent Offenders
Reviewed by Susan Sharpe
Jeffrie G. Murphy, Punishment and the Moral Emotions. Essays in Law, Morality, and Religion
Reviewed by Bas van Stokkom
Joanna Shapland, Gwen Robinson and Angela Sorsby, Restorative Justice in Practice: Evaluating What Works for Victims and Offenders
Reviewed by Gill McIvor
“É chegada a hora de inverter o paradigma: mentes que amam e corações que pensam.” Barbara Meyer.
"A educação e o ensino são as mais poderosas armas que podes usar para mudar o mundo ... se podem aprender a odiar, podem ser ensinadas a amar." (N. Mandela).
"As utopias se tornam realidades a partir do momento em que começam a luta por elas." (Maria Lúcia Karam).
“A verdadeira viagem de descobrimento consiste não em procurar novas terras, mas ver com novos olhos”