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Lesson 6: Programmes: The Need For Evaluation

As noted earlier, programmes labelled "restorative" do not necessarily achieve restorative outcomes. Furthermore, even programmes and institutions not usually associated with restorative justice can be operated in ways that increase the possibility that restoration will occur. Therefore, programme evaluation is useful as a means of maintaining a restorative vision and achieving restorative results.  

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Slide Shows

Changing Lenses
A profound metaphor for understanding justice (Howard Zehr).
 
Justice that Heals 
Talks about the wounds of crime and how to heal them.

Introductory Tutorials

20 MINUTE TUTORIAL
An introductory tutorial on the worldwide movement of restorative justice.

What is Restorative Justice?

Series of slide shows describing various aspects of restorative justice.

 

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Briefing Paper

This paper provides a  definition of restorative justice,  processes, and outcomes. The paper is available in English, French, Spanish, and Russian

Restorative Justice Learning Tool


provided by the Mennonite Central Committee. (requires flash player)