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Restorative Justice for All (RJ4All) is an international institute with a mission to address power abuse, conflict and poverty through the use of restorative justice values and practices.

We advance community cohesion, equality, and human rights, as we redistribute power in a more equal way by supporting civil society and delivering social justice and poverty relief projects, educational programmes, high-quality volunteering opportunities, and restorative justice practices.

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RJ4All accepts referrals and self-referrals for restorative justice cases. We provide both online and face-to-face restorative justice as well as direct and indirect practices.

We work with all criminal and youth justice agencies as well as individuals (families, groups, harmed and harming parties), and can intervene at any stage in and beyond the criminal and youth justice systems. We can consider a wide range of cases whether these have been reported or not (examples: family conflicts, neighbourhood disputes, anti-social behaviour, personal and property violence, domestic abuse, hate incidents, youth violence, theft).

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Find out how to join the RJ4All family & movement! Use your energy, talents and resources to bring inspiration and hope to those who need it.

As a non-profit NGO, none of our services generate profit and thus we rely on donations and grants to continue our mission. For every £5 that we receive, we can keep an intern into placement for a week, while £10 can go a really long way.

Support our community centre by donating your goods! We welcome in-kind donations to enhance our activities and services.

Be part of a new and great way of charity, without paying a single penny. All big retailers will do this for you by donating part of your payment to them! It takes only 1 minute to sign up!

As a non-profit, charitable NGO, RJ4All relies on its beneficiaries' support and goodwill in order to continue its mission. Most of our team members are volunteers, and we re-invest all our income into our charitable objectives and projects.

We abide by the European Solidarity Corps Charter and we partner with a number of organisations from across Europe to receive and send young people to perform social action through volunteering. Follow the link to read our offer to volunteers.

We consider applications for associates on an ongoing basis. We are particularly interested in hearing from individuals with research, training and practice experience in restorative justice, human rights, equality and criminal justice.

If you are an organisation in the voluntary, private or public sector that wants to work with us or submit jointly a funding application to UK, EU and international funders then we want to hear from you. Our only condition is that you empathise with our mission and values and that you sign up to our FREDA founding values!

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