Marg Thorsborne & Associates
(Aus, NZ, UK)
From the site: "We are an international consultancy committed to the provision of outstanding services to schools, communities and workplaces to achieve transformational change through restorative practice. We do this through best practice, cutting edge professional development, training and facilitation."
Just Practices (Marg Armstrong)
From the site: "Just Practices is an organization providing quality training, facilitation and support to schools and communities wishing to implement a restorative approach to wrongdoing. This organization was established in 2006 with Marg Armstrong as its Director."
From the site: "The Real Justice conference is a tool that allows those who have been most affected by an incident to come together to share their feelings, describe how they have been affected and develop a plan to repair the harm done and prevent recurrence. Conferencing is a victim-sensitive approach to addressing wrongdoing. It is also re-integrative, allowing a person to make amends and avoid stigmatization."
Restorative Justice Council (UK)
From the site: "The RJC is the independent third sector membership body for the field of restorative practice. Our patron is HRH, the Princess Royal. Our members are practitioners, training providers, organisations providing restorative practice across the country, and individual supporters. All RJC members receive monthly e-bulletins and quarterly newsletters, dedicated member-only resources and forums online, discounted entry to RJC events, and free telephone advice."
Hansberry Educational Consulting
From the site: "Bill has delivered both face to face, and on-line training to thousands of educators and educational leaders in the area of restorative justice practices in Government, Catholic and Independent schools."
Eastern Mennonite University
From the site: "CJP was one of the first university graduate divisions to offer a Masters in the conflict and peacebuilding field. CJP also launched the first peacebuilding institute offering intensive professional development and graduate-level courses. Our Summer Peacebuilding Institute has become a model for other peacebuilding institutions around the world."
From the site: "Heartspeak Productions is on a continual quest to learn about & share the principles and best practices of restorative justice. Over a decade of research, volunteering, and documenting has resulted in this series of educational videos, which are some of the most utilized resources on the subject."
Community Conference Centre - Baltimore
From the site: "The Community Conferencing Center (CCC) is a conflict transformation and community justice organization that provides ways for people to safely, collectively and effectively prevent and resolve conflicts and crime. The work of the Community Conferencing Center has been recognized nationally and internationally for its use of conflict management strategies in a variety of settings, including criminal justice, education, community development and business."
Restorative Justice 4 Schools
From the site: "We are one of the leading restorative approaches or restorative practice training providers in Britain. At Restorative Justice 4 Schools we specialise in providing bespoke restorative approaches training packages to all areas of education wishing to implement and develop a restorative approach to behavioural management."
From the site: "This site provides information on training opportunities and workshops, current research papers and relevant readings, restorative resources, conference information, professional development opportunities and connections to the Restorative Network that will help support the development of restorative practices locally, nationally and internationally."
From the site: "Restorative Thinking is an interactive toolkit that equips children with the skills and language to find solutions to every day conflicts and to reflect more on their own behaviour. It is solution-focused and deepens and develops children’s understanding of the spiritual, moral, social and cultural aspects of life."
Circle Speak (Peta Blood)
From the site: "Circle Speak is a leading provider of facilitation, training and consultancy in restorative practices, within Australia and the Asia Pacific Region. Founded in 2000 by Peta Blood, Circle Speak has built a reputation as a consistent provider of excellent training and development in Restorative Practices and Circle Time."
Transforming Conflict (UK)
From the site: "Transforming Conflict is a social business dedicated to helping people think differently about conflict and challenging behaviour. All our income is generated from providing a good quality training and consultancy service, and useful resources, to our clients and partners. This way we stay independent and fixed on our vision."
REAL Justice Australia (Terry O'Connell)
From the site: "Terry is a pioneer of restorative justice. He is responsible for the creation of the Real Justice conference script. As a 30-year police veteran, Terry has been instrumental in bringing restorative practices to police agency complaint and discipline systems, in addition to schools, corrections and businesses. His work has been featured in several television documentaries, including the award-winning Facing the Demons and in several editions of Australian Story."
Centre for Restorative Justice - SFU (Canada)
From the site: "The Centre for Restorative Justice is an initiative by the Simon Fraser University School of Criminology. It is housed in the School of Criminology, Arts and Social Sciences. Over the last decade, Simon Fraser University has made significant contributions to the paradigm of restorative justice. We hope to build on our tradition of excellence in this field."
Victorian Association for Restorative Justice
From the site: "The Victorian Association for Restorative Justice (VARJ) represents restorative practitioners, thinkers and policy makers in Victoria. The aim of the Association is to promote and support best practice in all forms of restorative practice. VARJ formed as an Incorporated Association in April 2005 in acknowledgment of the increasing use of restorative practices in criminal justice, child protection and school disciplinary systems."
Restorative Practices - Marist Youth Care
From the site: "Marist Youth Care works with school communities over a 12-month period developing a "whole school approach" in Restorative Practices.As a philosophy, Restorative Justice provides schools with a framework of management that moves away from the traditional punitive response."
Silvan Tomkins Institute
From the site: "The Tomkins Institute is dedicated to the study of motivation, emotion, and cognition, as well as applications of those studies for individuals, couples, families, communities, and nations. We believe that insights from affect script psychology will benefit those seeking greater understanding of human behavior in areas such as business settings, criminal justice systems, educational systems, psychotherapeutic systems, and the neurosciences, amongst others. "
From the site: "My name is Adam Voigt and I’m the founder of Real Schools. I’ve invested myself in delivering Restorative Practices services to Australian schools because I feel so deeply about its potential to create the conditions for optimum learning and individual growth to occur. As we know, when this happens, student by student, our community and our culture become increasingly collaborative, creative, respectful, responsible and productive – and that’s what great Australian schools are all about."
Restorative Justice for All
From the site: "Restorative Justice for all" (RJ4All) is an educational e-platform for the free dissemination of information on restorative justice. It is a joint international initiative hosted by IARS, the RJRN and RJN and supported by a number of partner organisations."
From the site: "Restorative Solutions is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company (CIC) committed to enabling the use of innovative restorative approaches as a practical and cost-effective intervention for reducing harm or conflict. We introduce restorative practices to organisations, volunteers and front line workers who are looking for a proven and worthwhile alternative to existing conventional approaches to reducing conflict, disputes, anti-social behaviour, bullying, crime and re-offending."
Restorative Practices International
From the site: "RPI is a not-for-profit, independent, professional member association that supports the development of restorative practice in schools, prisons, workplaces, organisations, families and communities. RPI is committed to connecting practitioners around the globe and creating opportunities to share and learn from one another."
Centre for Restorative Justice - ANU
From the site: "The Centre is the world leader in experimental and theoretical research on the design and cost-effectiveness of restorative responses to crime. Its mission is to produce, synthesise and apply primary field studies wherever they can be conducted, translating that research into evidence-based policies around the world. The Centre's Director is Dr Heather Strang."
International Institute for RP - IIRP (US)
From the site: "The IIRP is a private standalone accredited graduate school in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Though our network is global, our Bethlehem campus is the IIRP’s international and intellectual hub. While the IIRP is a relatively new graduate school, the organization itself has for some time been an integral part of a large worldwide movement of scholars, policy-makers and practitioners."
Restorative Justice Online
From the site: "Restorative Justice Online is a service of the Prison Fellowship International Centre for Justice and Reconciliation. Its purpose is to be an authoritative, credible, non-partisan resource of information on restorative justice. The Restorative Justice Online editors have developed several features they hope will help users navigate the site."
Restorative Practices - Vic O'Callaghan
From the site: "Vic O'Callaghan is an experienced trainer and conference facilitator, working with Real Justice, Australia, and the International Institute of Restorative Practices (USA). Vic has twenty years experience as an educator in primary and secondary schools, in classroom and school management."
Centre for Restorative Justice (Adelaide, SA)
From the site: "The Centre for Restorative Justice (CRJ) is an exciting development on the justice scene in South Australia. The Centre is a Division of OARS SA, a well known and respected justice organisation, with a heritage of 123 years of work amongst offenders, their families and children in South Australia. In recent years OARS SA has become increasingly interested in victims’ rights and the potential for healing and restoration between victims and offenders."
Restorative Practices WA (Aus)
From the site: "A restorative approach builds a harmonious environment by fostering the development of healthy relationships and effective management of conflict and tension. Restorative Practice can be used in workplaces, schools, communities and families. Our major focus is professional learning in restorative practices and a range of areas related to social and emotional development."
From the Site: "Behaviour Matters is an organisation with a focus on improving and sustaining positive relationships in schools, businesses, and community organisations. Behaviour Matters was established by David Vinegrad in 2004 with the aim of providing a range of services that assists organisations deliver on being safe and productive workplaces where behaviour matters."
Click on Wellbeing
From the site: "Click on Wellbeing is an interactive platform to support and connect those interested in wellbeing in education. This web-based resource will be useful to principals, teachers and education support staff to cater for the diverse wellbeing needs of our students."
Restorative Justice Research Network
From the site: "The RJRN sits within IARS and is an international, non-profit, research community that was set up to: disseminate cutting edge research on restorative justice; connect researchers, policy-makers and practitioners in restorative justice worldwide; create networking and collaboration opportunities within the international restorative justice movement; identify best practices internationally, evaluate, promote and publish them; push the barriers of restorative justice and create new knowledge."