Serving Crime Victims Through Restorative Justice

Serving Crime Victims Through Restorative Justice: A Resource Guide for Leaders and Practitioners

This practical guide created for restorative justice leaders and practitioners has been one of the most wide-reaching projects Just Outcomes has had the opportunity to lead. Funded by the Government of Canada and commissioned by the Alberta Restorative Justice Association, this Guide provides research to back up the practical navigation skills for how to align […]

Justice Reform and The Revival of Indigenous Justice in Canada and the United States

Most people would agree that the criminal justice system needs to change in some way.  The restorative justice (RJ) movement offers an approach to justice reform for both youth and adults that values repair and relationship over punishment and isolation when dealing with the aftermath of crime, and research is showing its positive effects and support […]

The Reoccurring Conversation

As Published in the RJCO Quarterly by: Matthew Hartman and Fred Perloff In May 2015, the Zehr Institute for Restorative Justice organized and facilitated a “Restorative Justice Consultation” in Harrisonburg, VA.  This was a gathering of 35 restorative justice practitioners and academics from across the globe to discuss the current state of the restorative justice […]