Healing

20 09 2017

Mary Ivec, Holly Northam, Restorative Health and Indigenous Yarning Circles

By | 2017-10-18T06:33:57+00:00 20 September 2017|Categories: Healing, Posts, Restorative Justice, Restorative Practice|Tags: , , |

We are blessed in Canberra’s universities with the leadership of a new generation of restorative justice leaders who are richly experienced health and welfare professionals.

portrait of Mary IvecMary Ivec, who has a professional background as a social worker, was last month elected by the […]

25 02 2017

Learning to Scale Up Restorative Justice

By | 2017-02-27T15:32:56+00:00 25 February 2017|Categories: Healing, Restorative Justice, Restorative Practice|Tags: |

Kerry Clamp’s final chapter of her new volume, Restorative Justice in Transitional Settings , is about a transformative vision for restorative justice as a response to mass victimisation. One way I have argued for transitional justice to become more transformative is for it to become less transitional. In her recent writing, Kerry Clamp […]

14 09 2016

Restorative Justice and Healing the Environment

By | 2017-10-18T06:33:57+00:00 14 September 2016|Categories: Environment, Healing, Restorative Justice|Tags: |

I like the opening essay in the latest issue of Restorative Justice: An International Journal by Elmar Weitekamp and Stephan Parmentier. It argues that if we are to define just one core value of restorative justice, this is healing.

Of course, to be healing, restorative justice needs to be relational, reparative, procedurally fair, nurturant […]