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Changes to Restorative Justice Online in the past Month    

 

Conferences

Restorative Justice in Principle and Practice-The Implications for Criminal Lawyers

March 11, 2004

Law Society

London, England  

Widening the Circle: Weaving the Thread of Hope

2004 Restorative Community Justice Conference

May 3-5, 2004

Keystone, Colorado

 

Websites Added

Unite

http://www.unite-mediation.org/index.html

Unite is a private mediation service offering a wide range of services.

Features Added

Restorative Justice in Action: Valuing Offenders and Victims in North London

Home Office Explores Cautioning

Statement of Restorative Justice Principles in Schools

Book Review: Just Schools: A Whole School Approach to Restorative Justice

Responding to Mass Injustices: A Web-Bibliography

Website of the Month: International Institute of Restorative Practices

 

Abstracts Added 

Armstrong, Margaret And Thorsborne, Margaret And Tobin, Mary. (2002). Community conferencing in Victorian schools: maximising protective factors. Paper presented at the The Role of Schools in Crime Prevention Conference convened by the Australian Institute of Criminology, the Department of Education, Employment and Training, Victoria, and Crime Prevention Victoria. Melbourne, 30 Sept.-1 Oct. Australian Institute of Criminology. 5 Feb 2004. 

Arsenault, Laurie A. 2000. The great excavation: “Discovering” Navajo tribal peacemaking within the Anglo-American family system. Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution 15: 795. 

Beckers, Martine. 2003. The needs of victims and survivors of genocide in Rwanda and programs to alleviate their burden. Paper submitted for the XIth International Symposium on Victimology, held in Stellenbosch, South Africa, 13-18 July. 

Biermann, Fiona, and Abigail Moulton. 2003. Youth offender panel volunteers in England and Wales Dec 2002. Home Office Online Report 34/03. London: Home Office, Research Development and Statistics Directorate. 

Braithwaite, John. 2003. Holism, justice, and atonement. Utah Law Review No. 1: 389-412. 

Braithwaite, John. (2003). Responsibility, Accountability and Democracy in Restorative Justice. Presentation to University of NSW Faculty of Law, 11 March 2003. Strategic Action. Downloaded 9 February 2004. 

Brown, Angela. (2003). From Individual to Social Defenses in Psychological Criminology. Theoretical Criminology. 7(4):421-437. 

Burnett, Ros And Appleton, Catherine. (2004). Joined-up Services to Tackle Youth Crime. British Journal of Criminology. 44: 34-54. 

Bush, Darren. 2003. Law and economics of restorative justice: Why restorative cannot and should not be solely about restoration. Utah Law Review No. 1: 439-469. 

Chanda, Rajib. 2001. Mediating university sexual assault cases. Harvard Negotiation Law Review 6 (Spring): 265. 

Dissel, Amanda. 2003. Giving a face to crime: Report on the second phase of the Restorative Justice Initiative victim offender conference project. Report of the Restorative Justice Initiative. Johannesburg, South Africa: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation. 

Dolinko, David. 2003. Restorative justice and the justification of punishment. Utah Law Review No. 1: 319-342. 

Elton, Kathy, and Michelle M. Roybal. 2003. Restoration: A component of justice. Utah Law Review No. 1: 43-56. 

Enright, Robert D., and Bruce A. Kittle. 2000. Forgiveness in psychology and law: The meeting of moral development and restorative justice. Fordham Urban Law Journal 27 (June): 1621. 

Fields, Barry A. (2002). Managing Disruptive Student Behaviour: The Involvement of Law Enforcement and Juvenile Justice in Schools. Paper presented at the International Education Research Conference , Brisbane, Australia, 1-5 December 2002. Australian Association for Research in Education. Downloaded 10 February 2004.  

Freeman-Longo, Robert E. 1997. Reducing sexual abuse in America: Legislating tougher laws or public education and prevention. New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement 23 (Summer): 303. 

Garkawe, Sam. (2003). The South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission: A Suitable Model to Enhance the Role and Rights of the Victims of Gross Violations of Human Rights?. Melbourne University Law Review. 27: 334-380. 

Garvey, Stephen P. 2003. Restorative justice, punishment, and atonement. Utah Law Review 1: 303. 

Geula, Marianne. 2000. South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission as an alternate means of addressing transitional government conflicts in a divided society. Boston University International Law Journal 18 (Spring): 57. 

Gibson, James L.. (2002). Truth, Justice, and Reconciliation: Judging the Fairness of Amnesty in South Africa. American Journal of Political Science. 46(3): 540-556. 

Guadalupe, Jose Luis Perez. 2000. A look at the victims (Victimology and the challenges facing prison pastoral services). Paper presented at the International Prison Chaplains’ Association conference, held in Kronstad, South Africa, 25-30 August. Ottawa, Ontario: International Prison Chaplains’ Association. 

Hamber, Brandon. 1995. Dealing with the past and the psychology of rehabilitation. An address present at the 4th International Symposium on the Contributions of Psychology to Peace, held in Cape Town, 27 June. Johannesburg, South Africa: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation. 

Harris, Angela P. 2000. Gender, violence, race, and criminal justice. Stanford Law Review 52 (April): 777. 

Hay, Carter. (1998). Parental Sanctions and Deliquent Behavior: Toward Clarification of Braithwaite's Theory of Reintegrative Shaming. Theoretical Criminology. 2(4): 419-443. 

Henham, Ralph. 2003. Some issues for sentencing in the International Criminal Court. International and Comparative Law Quarterly 52 (January): 81-114. 

Hoyle, Carolyn And Young, Richard. (2003). Restorative Justice, Victims and the Police. In, Tim Newburn, ed., Handbook of Policing. Devon and Portland: Willan Publishing. Pp. 680-706. 

Hunter, Mary Jo Brooks. 1997. Making the invisible visible: Historical perspective. The Journal of Gender, Race & Justice 1 (Fall): 89. 

Johnson, Stuart. (2003). Tower Hamlets Youth Justice Plan 2003-2004. London Borough of Tower Hamlets and City of London. Metropolitan Police. Downloaded 10 February 2004. 

Kerber, Guillermo. 2003. Overcoming violence and pursuing justice: An introduction restorative justice procedures. The Ecumenical Review 55 (April): 151-157. 

Kidd, Jason. 2003. Restorative justice and community conferencing in the Queensland youth justice system. Paper presented at the “Making the Youth Justice System Work Better” Legal Aid conference, held in Brisbane, Australia, 21-22 February. 

Kirkland, Tammy, and Peter Braun. 2003. The Saskatchewan community-based alternative measures model. Paper presented at the Sixth International Conference on Restorative Justice, held 1-4 June, in Vancouver, British Columbia. Vancouver, British Columbia: Simon Fraser University, The Centre for Restorative Justice. 

Knox, Colin. (2002). 'See no Evil, Hear no Evil' Insidious Paramilitary Violence in Northern Ireland. British Journal of Criminology. 42:164-185. 

Lehman, Joseph D And Maloney, Dennis M And Russell, Susan S. And Seymour, Anne And Gregorie Beatty, Trudy And Shapiro, Carol. (2002). The Three R's of Reentry. Washington, DC: Justice Solutions. Posted by Denver, Co: Forum on Restorative Community Justice. Downloaded 9 February 2004. 

Levesque, Roger J. R. 1996. Future visions of juvenile justice: Lessons from international and comparative law. Creighton Law Review 29 (June): 1563. 

Long, Katie. 1995. Community input at sentencing: Victim’s right or victim’s revenge? Boston University Law Review 75 (January): 187. 

Luna, Erik. 2003. Punishment theory, holism, and the procedural conception of restorative justice. Utah Law Review 1: 205. 

Miers, David. (2004). Situating and Researching Restorative Justice in Great Britain. Punishment and Society. 6(1): 23-46.  

Minnesota Supreme Court Advisory Task Force on the Juvenile Justice System. 1994. Final report. January 1994. William Mitchell Law Review 20 (Summer): 595. 

Mueller, J. R. 2002-3. Restoring harmony through Nalyeeh: Can the Navajo common law of torts be applied in state and federal forums? Tribal Law Journal 3 (Fall-Spring): 1. 

Newburn, Tim. (2003). Handbook of Policing. Portland, OR and Devon, UK: Willan Publishing.

Nugent, William R., Mona Williams, and Mark S. Umbreit. 2003. Participation in victim-offender mediation and the prevalence and severity of subsequent delinquent behavior: A meta-analysis. Utah Law Review 1: 137. 

Quinn, Joanna. 2003. Acknowledgement: The road to forgiveness. Working Paper Series. Issue 03/1. Hamilton, Ontario: McMaster University, Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition. 

Rakate, Phenyo Keiseng. 1999. Transitional justice in South Africa and the former Yugoslavia – a critique. Paper to be delivered at a conference hosted by the History Workshop and the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR), on The TRC: Commissioning the Past, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 11-14 June. 

Rechea Alberola, Cristina And Fernandez Molina, Esther. (2003). Juvenile Justice in Spain: Past and Present. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice. 19(4): 384-412. 

Richardson, Henry J. 2002. Peacemaking practices “from the South”: Africa’s influence. American Society of International Law. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting 2002: 135-145. 

Rigby, Ken. (2003). Addressing Bullying in Schools: Theory and Practice. Australian Institute of Criminology Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. Downloaded 17 February 2004. 

Roberts, Julian V And Gabor, Thomas. (2004). Living in the Shadow of Prison: Lessons from the Canadian Experience in Decarceration. British Journal of Criminology. 44: 92-112. 

Robinson, Paul H. 2003. The virtues of restorative processes, the vices of “restorative justice.” Utah Law Review No. 1: 375-388. 

Rodicio, Ana Garcia. 2001. Restoration of life: A new theoretical approach to voluntary repatriation based on a Cambodian experience of return. International Journal of Refugee Law 13 (1/2):  123-141. 

Russell, Margaret M. 2003. Cleansing moments and retrospective justice. Michigan Law Review 101: 1225. 

Russell, Thomas D. 2003. Between town and gown: The rise and fall of restorative justice on Boulder’s University Hill. Utah Law Review No. 1: 91-136. 

Schopp, Robert F. 1998. Integrating restorative justice and therapeutic jurisprudence. Revista Juridica Universidad de Puerto Rico 67: 665.  

Simon, Leonore M. J. 1999. Sex offender legislation and the antitherapeutic effects on victims. Arizona Law Review 41 (Summer): 485. 

Smith, Graham. (2004). Rethinking Police Complaints. British Journal of Criminology. 44:15-33. 

Strang, Heather, and Lawrence W. Sherman. 2003. Repairing the harm: Victims and restorative justice. Utah Law Review No. 1: 15-42. 

Sylvester, Douglas J. 2003. Myth in restorative justice history. Utah Law Review No. 1: 471-522. 

Trevino Guerra, David. (2003). La mediacion en Mexico. Tesis. Que para obtener el Título de Licenciado en Derecho. Facultad Libre de Derecho de Monterrey. Downloaded 10 February 2004. 

van Zyl Smit, Dirk. (1999). Criminological Ideas and the South African Transition. British Journal of Criminology. 89(2): 198-215. 

Vancoughnett, Doreen. 1998. Changes to Legal Aid: The Legal Aid system in Saskatchewan. Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 19: 325. 

Wozniak, John F. (2002). Toward a Theoretical Model of Peacemaking Criminology: An Essay in Honor of Richard Quinney. Crime and Deliquency. 48(2): 204-231.

 

March 2004

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