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Welcome to the comprehensive guide on restorative justice. Here, you’ll discover a treasure trove of resources aimed at understanding, implementing, and advocating for this transformative approach to addressing harm and conflict within communities. Whether you’re a practitioner, educator, policymaker, or simply curious about restorative justice, we invite you to explore the diverse array of materials curated to support your journey.


The Internet Journal of Restorative Justice (IJRJ®) is the leading, international peer-reviewed journal on restorative justice. It was established in 2012 to push the boundaries of criminal justice by adopting a unique, practical approach to researching and investigating restorative justice. It is indexed and ranked by Scopus, KudosThe European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS), Criminal Justice Abstracts and EBSCO.

Restorative Justice Research Network Page

The Restorative Justice Research Network (RJRN) sits within RJ4All and is one of the largest international, non-profit, research communities in the world. It was set up to:

Push the barriers of restorative justice and disseminate cutting-edge research on the subject

Connect researchers, post-graduate and graduate students, policy-makers and practitioners in restorative justice worldwide

Create networking and collaboration opportunities within the international restorative justice movement

Identify best practices internationally, evaluate, promote and publish them

Webinar/ Podcast series

Watch on our Youtube and Spotify channel, our Restorative Justice series with Prof. Theo Gavrielides covering a range of topics including what restorative justice is and its application within the criminal justice system, community and much more.

What is restorative justice?

Empathy & restorative justice

Riots & restorative justice

Restorative justice on the rise


We offer a range of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Accredited e-Courses and those for young people also. The courses can run from half (3 hours) to a whole day (6 hours). 

Face-to-Face Accredited Courses

Face-to-Face Accredited Courses

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