“…these papers not only provide optimism for the future, but practical advice for those desiring to create restorative measures as a response to harm and the needs of those affected by harm.
The editors not only helpfully connect the papers, but provide an exceptional synthesis and useful commentary on the best practices emergent from the contributors' research and insights.
exceptional set of papers
authors, their analyses are excellent.” – Larry L. Tifft, Central Michigan University, USA,
Howard Journal of Criminal Justice
“This publication provides an up-to-date and critical account of recent developments in the rapidly advancing field of restorative justice... This is a thought provoking collection of papers from researchers and leading theorists from around the world. It will be of interest to all those who work in the youth justice field.” –