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Professor Gavrielides received The Liberty of the Old Metropolitan Borough of Bermondsey award
Restorative Justice Symposium 2014
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Liberty of the Old Metropolitan Borough of BermondseyGavrielides awarded the
Forthcoming in 2021 Gavrielides, T., Power, Race & Restoration: The dialogue we won't have, Abingdon: Routledge.
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Gabriel, V. and Gavrielides, T (2022). Restorative Justice: Promoting Peace and Wellbeing, New York: Springer
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Featured Books by Theo Gavrielides
We are living in a world where power abuse has not only become the new norm, but also the biggest driver of persistent inequalities, racism and human rights violations. As humanity is getting to grips with socio-economic consequences that can only be compared with those that followed World War II, this timely book challenges current thinking, while creating a much needed normative and practical framework for revealing and challenging the power structures that feed our subconscious feelings of despair and defeatism.
Structured around the four concepts of power – race – justice – restorative justice, the book uses empirical new data as well as normative analysis to reconstruct the way we prevent and control power abuse and harm at the inter-personal, inter-community and international levels. Gavrielides’ new monograph offers new lenses that allow us to view power, race and justice in a modern reality where communities have been silenced, but through restorative justice are gaining power. The monograph is enriched with twenty-five case studies written by victims, practitioners and those with direct experiences of power abuse and inequality. Through robust research methodologies, Gavrielides reveals new forms of slavery, while creating a new, philosophical framework for restorative punishment through the acknowledgement of pain and the use of catharsis for internal transformation and individual empowerment. This is a powerful book that generates much needed hope.
Gavrielides, T. (2019) Safeguarding and Empowering Crime Victims: Training manual: Restorative justice and the Victims’ Directive, London: RJ4All Publications. ISBN: 978-1-911634-09-6
This training manual aims to provide assistance to crime victims and practitioners focusing on safeguards and best practice when implementing restorative justice. It forms part of RJ4All's course "Safeguarding and Empowering Victims"
Gavrielides, T. (2018). The Routledge International Handbook of Restorative Justice, London: Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-4724-8070-5
"This book is perhaps the most comprehensive and certainly the most up-to-date collection on restorative justice" Professor John Braithwaite
Now, in its second generation, restorative justice is not a wild dream: it is a reality, and I for one am energized by the new and younger voices that are emerging. Much appreciation to Theo Gavrielides, himself a representative of this new generation, for leading the way through this Handbook" Professor Howard Zehr
This ground-breaking collection dares to take the next step in the advancement of an autonomous, inter-disciplinary restorative justice field of study. It brings together criminology, social psychology, legal theory, neuroscience, affect-script psychology, sociology, forensic mental health, political sciences, psychology and positive psychology to articulate for the first time a psychological concept of restorative justice.
A timely edited collection that aims to respond to international calls for penal reform by bringing together inter-disciplinary thinking from criminology, affect-script psychology, sociology, political sciences and human rights, psychology and positive psychology, design and arts and social work. The inter-disciplinary dialogue that this book promotes aims to advance the restorative justice field, its tools, practices and evaluation techniques by bringing rehabilitation theory into the restorative justice debate, and vice versa.
This book takes bold steps in forming much-needed philosophical foundations for restorative justice through deconstructing and reconstructing various models of thinking. It challenges current debates through the consideration and integration of various disciplines such as law, criminology, philosophy and human rights into restorative justice theory, resulting in the development of new and stimulating arguments.
The book aims to challenge current thinking while highlighting good practices that respect and safeguard victims in the criminal justice and restorative justice processes. The book uses a combination of theoretical and empirical analysis while utilising original research data.