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Reconciliation After Violent Conflict

European Network For Restorative Justice

Review Essay: Australian Study Assesses the Strength of Restorative Justice for Crime Victims.

Website of the Month: Restorative Justice Trust


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American Correctional Association. (1991). National Victim Services Survey of Adult and Juvenile Corrections and Parole Agencies: Final Report.. Washington, DC: US Dept of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime. 

Amster, Randall. (2003). Restoring (Dis)order: Sanctions, Resolutions, and 'Social Control' In Anarchist Communities. Contemporary Justice Review. 6(1): 9-24. 

Anonymous. 2002. A symposium: The theology of the practice of law, February 14, 2002: A roundtable discussion. Mercer Law Review 53 (Spring): 1087ff. 

Aukerman, Miriam J. 2002. Extraordinary evil, ordinary crime: A framework for understanding transitional justice. Harvard Human Rights Journal 15 (Spring): 39ff. 

Baines, M. (1996). Viewpoints on Young Women and Family Group Conferences. In, C. Alder and M. Baines, eds. ... And When She Was Bad? Working With Young Women in Juvenile Justice and Related Areas. Hobart Tasmania:National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies. 

Bhargava, Anurima. 2002. Defining political crimes: A case study of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Columbia Law Review 102 (June): 1304ff. 

Bilsky, W. (1990). Extrajudicial Mediation and Arbitration: Evaluation of German Victim-Offender-Reconciliation Programs. International Journal of Conflict Management. 1(4):357-373. 

Bradshaw, William And Umbreit, Mark S.. (1998). Crime Victims Meet Juvenile Offenders: Contributing Factors to Victim Satisfaction With Mediated Dialogue. Juvenile and Family Court Journal. 49(3): 17-25. 

Church, Cheyanne And Shouldice, Julie. (2003). Evaluation of Conflict Resolution Interventions, Part II: Emerging Practice and Theory. Derry/Londonderry: INCORE International Conflict Research. Online document. 

Coker, Donna. 1999. Enhancing autonomy for battered women: Lessons from Navajo peacemaking. UCLA Law Review 47 (October): 1ff. 

Cohen, Cynthia E. (1997). A Poetics of Reconciliation: The Aesthetic Mediation of Conflict. Dissertation submitted to the University of New Hampshire in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Reading and Writing Instruction. Downloaded 14 May 2003. 

Cunha, Jennifer Michelle. 1999. Family group conferences: Healing the wounds of juvenile property crime in New Zealand and the United States. Emory International Law Review 13 (Spring): 283ff. 

Daly, Erin. 2001-02. Transformative justice: Charting a path to reconciliation. International Legal Perspectives 12 (Fall-Spring): 73ff. 

Difonzo, James Herbie. 2001. Parental responsibility for juvenile crime. Oregon Law Review 80 (Spring): 1ff. 

Digeser, Peter. (2000). Forgiveness and Political Reconciliation. Paper for the Political Studies Association-UK 50th Annual Conference. 10-13 April. London. Downloaded 7 May 2003. 

Dowell, Amy. (n.d.). Medley of Mediation Stories. Victim Offender Mediation Association. Downloaded 7 May 2003.  

Eisnaugle, Carrie J Niebur. 2003. An International "Truth Commission": Utilizing Restorative Justice as an Alternative to Retribution. Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law. 36(1):209-242. 

Fattah, Ezzat A.. (2000). Victimology Today Recent Theoretical and Applied Developments.  In, Hiroshi Iitsuka and Rebecca Findlay-Debeck, eds., Resource Material Series No. 56. Tokyo: United Nations Asia and Far East Institute for the Prevention of Crime and Treatment of Offenders. Pp. 60-70. 

Fattah, Ezzat A.. (2000). Victim Assistance in Canada. In, Hiroshi Iitsuka and Rebecca Findlay-Debeck, eds., Resource Material Series No. 56. Tokyo: United Nations Asia and Far East Institute for the Prevention of Crime and Treatment of Offenders. Pp. 48-59. 

Gibson, James L. (2001). Does Truth Lead to Reconciliation? Testing the Causal Assumptions of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Process.. Prepared for delivery at the 2001 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Hilton San Francisco and Towers, August 30 - September 2, 2001. Copyright by the American Political Science Association. Institute for Justice and Reconciliation. Downloaded 14 May 2003. 

Goniwe, Nyameka. (n.d.). Case Study-Healing Cradock After Apartheid. Institute for Justice and Reconciliation. Downloaded 14 May 2003. 

Henwood, C. (1998). Children, Young Persons and Their Families Act 1989 (NZ): A Judicial Perspective in 1997. Judicial Review. 3(4): 215- 249. 

Krapac, D. (1995). Position of the Victim in Criminal Justice: A Restrained Central and Eastern European Perspective on the Victim-Offender Mediation. European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice. 3(3): 230-240. 

Markel, Dan. 1999. The justice of amnesty? Towards a theory of retributivism in recovering states. University of Toronto Law Journal 49 (Summer): 389ff. 

McNamara, Luke. 2000. The locus of decision-making authority in circle sentencing: The significance of criteria and guidelines. Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 18: 60ff. 

McQuoid, T. (1990). Report of the Extern Working Party on Neighbourhood Disputes in Northern Ireland. Belfast: Extern Organisation (Cirac). Extern Ctre for Independent Research and Analysis of Crime. 

Meares, Tracey L. 2002. Commentaries on Eric Posner’s Law and Social Norms: Signaling, legitimacy, and compliance: A comment on Posner’s Law and Social Norms and criminal law policy. University of Richmond Law Review 36 (May): 407ff. 

Opotow, Susan. (2001). Reconciliation in Times of Impunity: Challenges for Social Justice. Social Justice Research. 14(2): 149 to 170. 

Paye, Amanda L. 1999. Incorporating the conferencing model into the United States juvenile justice system. Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal 8 (January): 161ff. 

Pennell, Joan And Burford, Gale. (1998). Family Group Decision Making: Communities Stopping Family Violence, Questions and Answers.. Ottawa, Ontario :Canada National Clearinghouse of Family Violence, Health and Welfare. 

Roberts, Julian V., and Simon Verdun-Jones. 2002. Directing traffic at the crossroads of criminal justice and mental health: Conditional sentencing after the judgment in Knoblauch. Alberta Law Review 39: 788ff. 

Robertson, James E. 2000. The majority opinion as the social construction of reality: The Supreme Court and prison rules. Oklahoma Law Review 53 (Summer): 161ff. 

Schichor, D And Sechrest, D K. (1998). Comparison of Mediated and Non-mediated Juvenile Offender Cases in California.. Juvenile and Family Court Journal. 49(2): 27-39. 

Shenk, Alyss H. 2001. Victim-offender mediation: The road to repairing hate crime injustice. Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution 17: 185ff. 

Siegismund, Eberhard. (2000). Ancillary (Adhesion) Proceedings in Germany as Shaped by the First Victim Protection Law: An Attempt To Take Stock. In, Hiroshi Iitsuka and Rebecca Findlay-Debeck, eds., Resource Material Series No. 56. Tokyo: United Nations Asia and Far East Institute for the Prevention of Crime and Treatment of Offenders. Pp. 102-113.  

Sloss, David. 2002. Hard-nosed idealism and U.S. human rights policy. Saint Louis University Law Journal 46 (Spring): 431ff. 

Smith, M. (1993). Mediation in Juvenile Justice Settings.. Journal for Juvenile Justice and Detention Services. 8(1): 51-55. 

Stevenson, Phillip. (2001). Examining Restorative Justice. Trends & Issues Update. 2(5): 1- 4. 

Umbreit, Mark S.. (1991). Minnesota Mediation Center Produces Positive Results. Corrections Today. 53(5): 192, 194-196. 

Umbreit, Mark S.. (1990). Victim-Offender Mediation With Violent Offenders: Implications for Modification of the VORP (Victim-Offender Reconciliation Program) Model. In, Emilio Viano, ed., The Victimology Handbook: Research Findings, Treatment, and Public Policy. New York: Garland Publishing Inc. Pp. 337-35. 

Vidoni Guidoni, Odillo. (2003). The Ambivalences of Restorative Justice: Some Reflections on an Italian Prison Project.. Contemporary Justice Review. 6(1): 55-68. 

Villa-Vicencio, Charles. (n.d.). Reconciliation as Metaphor. Institute for Justice and Reconciliation. Downloaded 14 May 2003. 

Villa-Vicencio, Charles. (n.d.). The Courage to Live Together: Material and Subjective Reconciliation. Institute for Justice and Reconciliation. Downloaded 14 May 2003.   

Webb, Mary Bruce And Harden, Brenda Jones. (2003). Beyond Child Protection: Promoting Mental Health for Children and Families in the Child Welfare System. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders. 11(1): 49-58. 

Zion, James W. 2002. Civil rights in Navajo common law. Kansas Law Review 50 (October): 523ff.


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