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"What is Restorative Justice?" briefing paper added to the Introduction. Available in English, French, Spanish, and Russian.   

New Abstracts added to the Articles Archive 

Altschuler, David M., and Troy L. Armstrong. 1996. Aftercare not afterthought: Testing the IAP model. Juvenile Justice 3 (December): 15-22.

Bazemore, Gordon, and Susan E. Day. 1996. Restoring the balance: Juvenile and community justice. Juvenile Justice 3 (December): 3-14.

Beane, Becky. 2001. “The ice cream man.” VORP News 19 (May/June): 3-4.

Braithwaite, John. 2001. "Youth Development Circles." Oxford Review of Education. 27(2):241-252.

Bright, Dennis. 2000. “The balancing act”: The current situation regarding the Truth and Reconciliation Commission within the broader political and security framework. Address presented at the National Workshop on the Sierra Leone Truth and Reconciliation Commission. 16-17 November. 

Brown, Tony C. 2000. Friends and restorative justice. Dialogue paper. Moscow, Idaho: Friends Committee on Restorative Justice. 

Buttrum, Ken. 1997. Juvenile justice: What works and what doesn’t! Paper presented at the Juvenile Crime and Juvenile Justice – Toward 2000 and Beyond conference. Adelaide, South Australia, 26-27 June. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. 

Cain, Tess Newton. 2001. Convergence or clash? The recognition of customary law and practice in sentencing decisions of the courts of the Pacific Island region. Melbourne Journal of International Law 2 (June): 48-68. 

Calhoun, Avery. 2000. Calgary Community Conferencing. Activities and outputs: January 1998-July 2000. Calgary, Alberta: Calgary Community Conferencing. 

Ciko, Ana-Marija. 1997. Creating a therapeutic program within a juvenile justice custodial setting. Paper presented at the Juvenile Crime and Juvenile Justice – Toward 2000 and Beyond conference. Adelaide, South Australia, 26-27 June. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. 

Claassen, Ron. (n.d.) Whether crime or misbehavior, restorative justice principles provide guidance on how to respond. Fresno, California: Fresno Pacific University, Center for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies. 

Colley, Bartholomew Bioh. 2001. "A Community Approach to Overcoming Violence: Peace and Justice Through Reconciliation." The Ecumenical Review. 53(3): 385-389.

Consedine, Jim. 2001(?). Restorative justice – a movement of hope. New Zealand: Restorative Justice Trust. 

Coward, Stephanie. 2000. Restorative justice in cases of domestic and sexual violence: Healing justice? Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Carleton University. 

  Daly, Kathleen. 2001. South Australia Juvenile Justice (SAJJ) Research on Conferencing. Technical report no. 2: Research instruments in year 2 (1999) and background notes. Brisbane, Queensland: Griffith University, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice. 

 Dinnen, Sinclair. 2001. Building bridges – Law and justice reform in Papua New Guinea. Working paper 01/3. State, Society and Governance in Melanesia Project. Canberra: The Australian National University, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies. 

  Dixon, Judith. 1996. Rights of victims. Paper presented at the Prosecuting Justice conference. Melbourne, Australia, 18-19 April. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. 

Dutil, Jean-L. 1998. Curbing crime in aboriginal communities. Address presented at the First North American Conference on Conferencing. Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 6-8. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania: International Institute for Restorative Practices. 

Freiberg, Arie. 2000. Working together to improve services for victims of crime. Address presented at the Victims of Crime: Working Together To Improve Services conference. Adelaide, Australia, 25-26 May. Adelaide, South Australia: Victim Support Service. 

  Gainsborough, Jenni, and Marc Mauer. 2000. Diminishing returns: Crime and incarceration in the 1990s. Washington, DC: The Sentencing Project. 

  Gerard, Gena. 1996. Face-to-face with urban crime: Community-based restorative justice in Minneapolis. Report no. NPCR1046. Minneapolis, MN: Neighborhood Planning for Community Revitalization. 

  Gregorie, Trudy M. 2000. Victims’ rights and services: New benchmarks for justice. In Crime and justice atlas 2000, 30-31. Washington, DC: Justice Research and Statistics Association. 

Griffith, Jay. 2000. Peacemaking 501: “Humility – A mediator’s greatest strength” (Part 1). VORP News 18 (January): 2. 

Griffith, Jay. 2000. Peacemaking 501: “Humility – A mediator’s greatest strength” (Part 2). VORP News 18 (February): 1-2. 

  Griffith, Jay. 2000. Victim releases offender from a $2,000.00 debt! VORP News 18 (August/September): 1. 

  Griffith, Jay. 2000. VORP…by the numbers, from 1983-1999. VORP News 18 (April): 1. 

  Griffith, Jay, and Doug Noll. 2000. “Is ‘prison justice,’ justice?.” VORP News 18 (May): 1-2. 

  Hamilton, Ken. 2001. Restorative justice, a way out of the box. TMs

Hvass, Sheryl Ramstad. 2000. Restorative justice and the woman offender. In Crime and justice atlas 2000, 18-19. Washington, DC: Justice Research and Statistics Association. 

Johnston, Kellie, Gus Camelino, and Roger Rizzo. 2000. A return to “traditional” dispute resolution: An examination of religious dispute resolution systems. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: University of Alberta, Canadian Forum on Civil Justice.

Karp, David R. 2001. "Harm and Repair: Observing Restorative Justice in Vermont." Justice Quarterly. 18(4):727-757.

Lambourne, Wendy. 1999. The pursuit of justice and reconciliation: Responding to genocide in Cambodia and Rwanda. Paper presented at the 40th Annual International Studies Association Convention. Washington, DC, 16-20 February. Columbia International Affairs Online 6/99.

Lerche, Charles O., III. 2000. Truth commissions and national reconciliation: Some reflections on theory and practice. Peace and Conflict Studies 7 (May). 

Mackey, Virginia. (n.d.) Doing justice. Paper commissioned by the New York State Community of Churches. Albany, New York: New York State Community of Churches. 

Maxwell, Gabrielle. 2000. Crossing cultural boundaries: The experience of family group conferences. Paper presented at the United Nations Crime Congress, Ancillary Meeting on Implementing Restorative Justice in the International Context. Vienna, Austria, 10-17 April. 

McElrea, F. W. M. 1998. The New Zealand model of family group conferences. Paper presented at the Beyond Prisons symposium. Kingston, Ontario, March. Ottawa: Correctional Service of Canada.

McEwen, Craig, and Evelyn Hanneman. 1996. Rethinking criminal justice policy in Maine. Maine Policy Review (December): 53-65. 

Ministry of Justice. 2000. Mediation and restorative justice in the Italian criminal justice system. Paper presented at the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders. Vienna, Austria, 10-17 April. Rome: Ministry of Justice. 

Minnesota Department of Corrections. 2000. Facilitating restorative group conferences. Participant’s guide lesson 1: Introduction. Saint Paul, Minnesota: Minnesota Department of Corrections. 

  Minnesota Department of Corrections. 2000. Facilitating restorative group conferences. Participant’s guide lesson 2: Conferencing and restorative justice. Saint Paul, Minnesota: Minnesota Department of Corrections. 

Minnesota Department of Corrections. 2000. Facilitating restorative group conferences. Participant’s guide lesson 3: Understanding the participants. Saint Paul, Minnesota: Minnesota Department of Corrections. 

Minnesota Department of Corrections. 2000. Facilitating restorative group conferences. Participant’s guide lesson 4: Role of the facilitator. Saint Paul, Minnesota: Minnesota Department of Corrections. 

Minnesota Department of Corrections. 2000. Facilitating restorative group conferences. Participant’s guide lesson 5: The conference step by step. Saint Paul, Minnesota: Minnesota Department of Corrections. 

Minnesota Department of Corrections. 2000. Facilitating restorative group conferences. Participant’s guide lesson 6: Next steps. Saint Paul, Minnesota: Minnesota Department of Corrections.

Minnesota Department of Corrections. 2000. Facilitating restorative group conferences. Participant’s guide lesson 7: Appendix. Saint Paul, Minnesota: Minnesota Department of Corrections. 

Morris, Allison and Gabrielle Maxwell. 1997. “Re-forming Juvenile Justice: The New Zealand Experiment.” Prison Journal. 77(2):125-134. 

Muntingh, Lukas. 1997. The development of diversion options for young offenders. In Policing the transformation: Further issues in South Africa’s crime debate. Monograph no. 12 (April). Pretoria, South Africa: Institute for Security Studies. 

Native Counselling Services of Alberta. 2001. A cost-benefit analysis of Hollow Water’s Community Holistic Circle Healing process. APC 20 CA (2001). Ottawa, Ontario: Solicitor General of Canada, Aboriginal Corrections Policy Unit.  

Newell, Tim. 2000. Forgiving justice: An exploration of spirituality within criminal justice. Swarthmore Lecture 2000. Woodbrooke, England: Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre. 

Nova Scotia Department of Justice. 1998. Restorative justice: A program for Nova Scotia. Halifax: Nova Scotia Department of Justice. 

O’Connor, Ian. 1997. Models of juvenile justice. Paper presented at the Juvenile Crime and Juvenile Justice – Towards 2000 and Beyond conference. Adelaide, Australia, 26-27 June. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Pemberton, Patrick S. 2001. Restorative justice: Juvenile offenders negotiate penalties with their victims. VORP News 19 (May/June): 6-7. 

Point, Steven. 2001. Alternative justice, testing the waters. Justice as Healing 6 (Spring).

Porter, Thomas W., Jr. 1999. Restorative justice: Justice as peacebuilding. Footpaths 1 (Spring).

Rakate, Phenyo. 1999. International criminal justice and reconciliation: Lessons from the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Johannesburg, South Africa: Institute for Global Dialogue. 

Real Justice. 2001(?). Research analysis demonstrates power of conferencing. Real Justice Forum #10: 1-2. 

Rothman, Jay, Randi Land Rothman, and Mary Hope Schwoebel. 2001. Creative marginality: Exploring the links between conflict resolution and social work. Peace and Conflict Studies 8 (May). 

Rumbles, Wayne. (n.d.) Seeing law in pre-European Maori society. (Draft.) Hamilton, New Zealand: The University of Waikato, Custom Law Project. 

Sawatsky, Jarem. 2000. A JustPeace Ethic – dancing our way back to humanity: Finding the creative space where conflict transformation and restorative justice meet together. Harrisonburg, VA: Eastern Mennonite University. 

Sebba, Leslie. 2001. On the relationship between criminological research and policy: The case of crime victims. Criminal Justice 1 (February): 27-58. 

Smith, Lesley. 1998. Making a difference. Chelmsford, England: Essex County Council. 

  Smith-Cunnien, Susan L. and Peter F. Parilla. 2001. "Restorative Justice in the Criminal Justice Curriculum." Journal of Criminal Justice Education. 12(2):385-399.

Starkweather, Hanna. 2000. “Bittersweet candy, sweet peace.” VORP News 18 (October/November): 1. 

Thorsborne, Margaret. 2000. School violence and community conferencing: The benefits of restorative justice. Paper presented for the APAPDC Online Conference 2000, 15 May-17 June.

  Umbreit, Mark S., William Bradshaw, and Robert B. Coates. 2001. Victim sensitive offender dialogue in crimes of severe violence: Differing needs, approaches, and implications. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime. 

  Umbreit, Mark and Betty Vos. 2000. "Homicide Survivors Meet the Offender Prior to Execution. Restorative Justice Through Dialogue." Homicide Studies. 4(1): 63-87.

Vanspauwen, Kris. 2001(?). Victim offender mediation: Looking for creative solutions. Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada: University of Regina, School of Human Justice.

Victim Offender Reconciliation Program (Fresno). 2000. How do we teach kids that crime doesn’t pay, so they “get it”? VORP News 18 (March): 1-2. 

Victim Offender Reconciliation Program (Fresno). 2000. Neighborhood benefits from victim offender mediation. VORP News 18 (January): 1-2. 

Victim Offender Reconciliation Program (Fresno). 2000. Youth returns to a local school Hate; school returns to a local youth Hope. VORP News 18 (December): 1. 

Wachtel, Ted. 2000(?). SaferSanerSchools: Restoring community in a disconnected world. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania: International Institute for Restorative Practices. 

Welch, Rodney, and Kathy Symonds. 1997. Family conferences for young aboriginal offenders. Paper presented at the Juvenile Crime and Juvenile Justice – Toward 2000 and Beyond conference. Adelaide, South Australia, 26-27 June. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. 

Wells, Annette. 1997. New directions in juvenile justice in WA. Paper presented at the Juvenile Crime and Juvenile Justice – Toward 2000 and Beyond conference. Adelaide, South Australia, 26-27 June. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. 

White, Rob. 2001. Restorative community justice: Community building approaches in juvenile justice. Paper presented at the 4th National Outlook Symposium on Crime in Australia – New Crimes or New Responses. Convened by the Australian Institute of Criminology. Canberra, Australia, 21-22 June. 

Wundersitz, Joy. 1997. Aboriginal youth and the South Australian juvenile justice system: Has anything changed? Paper presented at the Juvenile Crime and Juvenile Justice – Toward 2000 and Beyond conference. Adelaide, South Australia, 26-27 June. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. 

 

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