Restorative Justice for All Institute (RJ4All)
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RJ4All Publications is an independent, small publisher specialising in social sciences and the publication of cutting-edge research on restorative justice, criminal justice, equality and human rights.
RJ4All Publications is the publishing arm of the Restorative Justice for All Institute (Company no: 08684719), and the publisher of the leading international, peer reviewed Internet Journal of Restorative Justice (IJRJ).
RJ4All Publications is non partisan, but motivated by its values. We aim to advance research, academic rigour and public understanding of social harm, social inequality and alternative ways of restoring peace and crime. Ultimately, we want to affect positive change in society, and have a real world impact. "Real world impact: has been defined by the United Nations' Development Group as "Impact that changes people’s lives. Such changes are long term effects on identifiable population groups".
Authors interested in publishing their work with RJ4All Publications should get in touch with the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Gavrielides. We host a Restorative Justice Series, and publish selected work in the form of e-books and books. Our e-books and Journal are indexed by EBSCO Information Services and are available to over 170,000 universities and government departments from around the world.
RJ4All Publications is a private, non-profit enterprise. None of our services are profit making. Download our flier here
RJ4All Publications and the IJRJ are fully committed to ethical publication practice, and have a strict Publications Ethics Guidelines. RJ4All Publications adheres to the Code of Conduct for Journal Editors, and we have applied for COPE membership.
RJ4All Publications and the Internet Journal of Restorative Justice are peer reviewed and guided by the Editorial Board and the International Advisory Board. Their membership includes some of the most prominent academics, researchers and practitioners in the area that we publish, such as restorative justice.