Restorative Justice: UK
The Inside Out Trust develops prison projects based on restorative justice principles. Prisoners learn new skills which they use to provide goods and services to disadvantaged people all over the world.
This Home Office Report evaluates the influence of restorative justice.
The Restorative Justice Consortium brings together a range of organisations representing victims, offenders, young people, mediators, and professionals. This site has many useful, including resources for practitioners.
SACRO's Restorative Justice site aims to provide up-to-date information about the use of restorative justice in Scotland . This is to provide a service to the restorative justice community in Scotland and also to enable the international community to gain insight into the current status of restorative justice in Scotland.
The Youth Justice Board Restorative Justice site contains useful links and downloads, including government policy documents and material for practitioners.
Restorative Justice: International.
The Centre for Restorative Justice at the Australian National University undertakes research on restorative justice
The Centre for Restorative Justice is linked with Simon Fraser University School of Criminology, funded by the Correctional Service of Canada.
The Council on Crime and Justice is an independent, non-profit organisation which has been involved in such areas as offender services, alternative sanctions, victim's rights, and restorative justice.
The European Forum for Victim-Offender Mediation and Restorative Justice provides information on the Forum and on the restorative justice movement in Europe and the rest of the world. It also aims to improve communication between all those interested in restorative justice.
The International Institute for Restorative Practices is a US organisation that provides education, consulting and research in support of the development of restorative practices around the world.
The Restorative Justice Centre in South Africa has some useful links and practice guidance.
The Restorative Justice Ireland Network website provide information about the various restorative justice programmes in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, and offers an access point for contacts, international and regional research, and information related to restorative justice.
Restorative Justice Online aims to be a non-partisan source of authoritative information on restorative justice. It is linked with the PFI Centre for Justice & Reconciliation
The Restorative Justice pages on the US National Institute of Justice on-line resource are designed to promote the understanding of restorative justice.
Trust in New Zealand
support the view that restorative justice creatively addresses the trauma of crime by recognising that victims have many needs which are not met in the current system.