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A Justice That Heals
This one hour documentary explores the aftermath of a senseless murder of a 19-year-old young man named Andrew Young by 18-year-old Mario Ramos. It centers on Mario’s parish priest, Fr. Bob Oldershaw, as he confronted the reality that this terrible act was committed by a member of his church, and further, that the family of the victim lived in the very neighbourhood of the church.
Located in Previous Editions / 2004 / April 2004 Edition
A Healing River: An Invitation to Explore Restorative Justice Values and Principles
A Healing River is an excellent training resource for introducing groups to restorative justice. Designed to be viewed either in segments or at one time, it deals with issues such as trauma, recovery, and the psychology of the restorative process.
Located in Previous Editions / 2005 / October 2005 Edition
Video Review: Restorative Justice: For Victims, Communities and Offenders
Restorative Justice: For Victims, Communities and Offenders provides a 25 minute presentation on restorative justice, its key programs, and how it addresses problems found in the criminal justice system.
Located in Previous Editions / 2005 / November 2005 Edition
Video Review: Restorative Justice: Victim Empowerment through Mediation and Dialogue
This video presents three crime victims talking about their experiences and feelings related to their crimes and to victim offender mediation.
Located in Previous Editions / 2005 / December 2005 Edition
Video Review: Burning Bridges
This 35 minute documentary begins with news reports of the arson of an historic wooden covered bridge in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and the eventual apprehension of six local, college age men who set the fire. The focus of the video, however, is made up of footage of a restorative conference conducted by the International Institute for Restorative Practices. It concludes with television news footage after the sentencing.
Located in Previous Editions / 2006 / February 2006 Edition
Video Review: Beyond Zero Tolerance: Restorative Practices in Schools
Beyond Zero Tolerance explores the applicability of restorative practices in a school setting.
Located in Previous Editions / 2006 / March 2006 Edition
Video Review: Red Hook Justice
This 55 minute documentary describes the efforts of the Red Hook Community Justice Center to bring defendants, court officials and local community members together to overcome the endemic problems in their Brooklyn, New York community.
Located in Previous Editions / 2006 / April 2006 Edition
Video Reviews: Gacaca: Living Together in Rwanda? & In Rwanda We Say… The Family That Does Not Speak Dies
The Rwandan government chose to use an indigenous conflict resolution process to try many of the suspects held for genocide crimes. These two films provide a window into the human experiences of those crimes and the difficult task of rebuilding a nation, communities, and personal relationships in their aftermath.
Located in Previous Editions / 2006 / May 2006 Edition
Video Review: Glimmer of Hope
Glimmer of Hope follows the journey of healing for one family after the rape and murder of their 18 year old daughter and sister.
Located in Previous Editions / 2006 / July 2006 Edition
Video Review: Victim Offender Mediation and Conferencing: A Multi-Method Approach
This 22 minute informational video offers an introduction to restorative justice processes and the importance of fostering dialogue to help victims and offenders respond to crime.
Located in Previous Editions / 2006 / August 2006 Edition