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Links to various restorative justice programmes.

Building Partnerships in and around Families.
The North Carolina Family Group Conferencing (NC-FGC) Project started in the fall of 1998 and ended in the summer of 2002. Over this four-year period, the project promoted the use of family group conferencing (FGC) through training, evaluation, and publication. (from website)
Community Council Project of Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto
Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto (ALST) is a multi-service legal agency serving Toronto's Aboriginal community. The Community Council is a criminal diversion program for adult Aboriginal offenders who live in Toronto. The project takes Aboriginal offenders out of the criminal justice system and brings them before members of the Aboriginal community. The members of the Council are men and women who represent a cross-section of Toronto's Aboriginal community. The focus of the Community Council is to develop a plan by consensus that will allow the offender to take responsibility for his/her actions, address the root causes of the problem, and reintegrate him/her into the community in a positive way.
Conflict Research Consortium
The Conflict Research Consortium at the University of Colorado is a joint university-community program that unites researchers, educators, and practitioners from many fields for the purposes of theory-building, testing, disseminating, and applying new management techniques to address difficult, long-term, and intractable conflicts.
Crime Victims for A Just Society
Crime Victims for a Just Society provides an opportunity for crime victims and others who care to lend their voices and their talents to efforts to create a more just society. Through outreach, education, and training, we can offer information and expertise in cutting-edge concepts, from community policing to restorative justice to violence reduction through a public-health model.
European Forum for Restorative Justice
The general aim of the Forum is to help establish and develop victim-offender mediation and other restorative justice practices throughout Europe.
Family Group Decision Making Project: Newfoundland and Labrador
This study evaluated the outcomes from an implementation study in which 32 families sampled to yield difficult abuse/neglect situations; 472 people took part in 37 conferences; and 3 diverse sites --­ Inuit, rural, and urban --­ hosted the project in Newfoundland & Labrador. The implementation study was funded through Family Violence Initiatives (Health, Justice, and Solicitor General of Canada) and co-sponsored in Nain by the Labrador Inuit Health Commission.
INCORE aims to address the management and resolution of conflict via a combination of research, training, and other activities which inform and influence national and international organisations working in the field of conflict. Includes thematic resource pages on Restorative Justice, Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and Mediation.
Inside Out Trust
This Inside Out Trust develops in prison programming based on restorative justice principles.
International Institute of Restorative Practices
The International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP) is a non-profit organization that provides education, consulting and research in support of the development of restorative practices around the world (from website).
Just Peace International
Just Peace International is a civil society initiative in Pakistan that promotes methods of conflict transformation. It highlights resources in regional languages as well as English on restorative justice, Pukhtoon Jirga and peace building.
Justice Fellowship
Justice Fellowship, a non-profit public policy organization, is dedicated to advancing Biblically based restorative justice principles throughout the United States.
JustPeace: Center for Mediation and Conflict Transformation
JUSTPEACE is a mission of The United Methodist Church to engage conflict constructively in ways that strive for justice, reconciliation, resource preservation and restoration of community in and through The United Methodist Church and with the Church universal to the world in which we live. (from the website)
Life Trax
The Colorado School Mediation Project (CSMP), founded in 1987, is a regional nonprofit organization with national connections that is dedicated to creating safe, caring and just communities where conflicts are resolved productively and differences are valued. CSMP works with educators, administrators, youth organizations and school communities to design, implement and evaluate a conflict resolution education program for their site.
Mediation Information and Resource Center features over 800 Articles and 5,500 professional members in our international Locate A Mediator Directory. Our vision is to make mediation and conflict resolution information and education available to the widest possible audience.
Mediation Northern Ireland
Mediation Northern Ireland provides several services in the area of conflict resolution, including training in conflict resolution.
Mediation UK
Mediation UK is a national voluntary organization dedicated to developing constructive means of resolving conflicts in communities.
Mennonite Central Committee, Restorative Justice
This page of the Mennonite Central Committee's website lists restorative justice resources available from the MCC, links to organizations using restorative practices in Canada, and more general resources.
National Association for Community Mediation
The National Association for Community Mediation (NAFCM) is the only national non-profit organization dedicated solely to community-based mediation programs. The organization’s purpose is to support the maintenance and growth of community-based mediation programs and processes, to present a compelling voice in appropriate policy-making, legislative, professional, and other arenas, and to encourage the development and sharing of resources for these efforts.
National Organization for Victim Assistance
NOVA is a private, non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization of victim and witness assistance programs and practitioners, criminal justice agencies and professionals, mental health professionals, researchers, former victims and survivors, and others committed to the recognition and implementation of victim rights and services.
Offender Aid and Restoration of Arlington County, Inc. (OAR)
OAR is the leading provider of offender services in Arlington County and the Cities of Alexandria and Falls Church in Virginia, as well as Washington, DC. Services include emergency assistance of food, shelter, and clothing, as well as mentoring, one-on-one tutoring, group workshops, and pre- and post-release educational courses. OAR also supervises any individuals who have been assigned Community Service hours by the Arlington and Falls Church courts and works with adjudicated juveniles in DC.

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