Are you a practitioner working in the community or within the criminal justice system? Do you know of any examples where restorative justice has been used for conflicts that involved power such as racism, gender based violence, domestic violence, or homophobia? Then this is your chance to have your work and views published in the forthcoming Gavrielides, T. (2018). Race, Power & Restorative Justice: The dialogue we Never Had. Abingdon: Routledge.
We are looking for case studies illustrating restorative justice in practice. We are particularly interested in examples that show the breadth of the restorative justice practice including direct and indirect mediation, family group conferencing, healing and sentencing circles, youth offending and community panels and community boards. The conflict may or may not have come to the attention of the criminal justice system. They can be in the school, prison or community context and we have no limit as to the age of the parties involved. The outcome may have been positive or negative. This is not a call to prove the superiority of restorative justice.
We are particularly interested in cases with:
Once approved by the Editor, the cases will be published by Routledge. This is a unique opportunity to communicate your work and/or thoughts to academia and policy internationally.
Case studies can be from anywhere in the world and will need to:
Case studies will be credited to their author and will need to be sent to the Editor before 1st January 2017. Some cases will be selected for further in-depth research by the Editor.