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The RJ4All Restorative Justice Framework is an up-to-date guide in implementing restorative justice through its practices of victim-offender mediation, circles, conferences and restorative justice boards. It applies to both direct and indirect restorative justice whether conducted face-to-face, or online. The e-book provides key definitions, framing restorative justice practice within international and national statutory regulations. 

 

The Framework has been put together in consultation with restorative justice practitioners and is based on the extant literature and available best practice evidence. It has been drawn in line with RJ4All’s position against the standardisation of restorative justice. The Framework aims to honour the agreed core restorative justice values and principles for delivering a safe, impartial, confidential, fair, voluntary and high-quality restorative justice practice that is free from domination, discrimination, bias and power abuse.

 

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"This is an important time for restorative justice in a world that is facing a wide range of conflicts at an interpersonal, community, national and international level. The framework, produced by RJ4ALL, offers a scaffold (not a monolithic set of standards) for practitioners to offer safe and high quality restorative justice services whilst being reflexive to the needs of those who wish to participate in restorative processes. As the framework states it 'aims to honour the agreed core restorative justice values and principles for delivering a safe, impartial, confidential, fair, voluntary and high-quality restorative justice practice that is free from domination, discrimination, bias and power abuse". Christopher Straker (Senior Restorative Justice Practitioner & Trainer)

 

"The restorative vision championed by RJ4All in this new Framework, captures the essence of the restorative principles,  emphasising the imperative that individuals within their communities can be enabled to address and heal fractures in relationships and therefore contribute to a more harmonious and safe world.  These inspiring initiatives provide for an accessible practitioner resource to assist in relationship repair. This fits authentically with the existing work of RJ4All in addressing systemic inequality through multiple community engagement initiatives". Janine Carroll (Senior Restorative Justice Practitioner & Director of Restorative Now)

The RJ4All Restorative Justice Practice Framework

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  • To cite this ebook: Gavrielides, T. (2024). The RJ4All Restorative Justice Practice Framework Values, definitions & statutory compliance. London: RJ4All Publications, ISBN: 978-1-80463-003-7.

    DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.24975.80803

    Author: Dr. Theo Gavrielides

    Restorative Justice series no 60

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