News

  • Developing a Responsible School Ethos
    1 August 2006

    Matt Deegan filed this article for the Daily Progress,  Philadelphia.

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  • Probation Service to adopt Restorative Justice
    26 June 2006

    Significant changes to the Probation Service in Ireland were anounced today.

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  • Restoring the confidence of victims
    23 June 2006

    An article in The Guardian today by Erwin James questions the Governments new iniative aimed "rebalancing the system in favour of the victim", yet at the same time ignoring the successes of Restorative Justice in Northern Ireland.

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  • Family Group Conferences more effective than court
    21 June 2006

    A Press Release from the New Zealand Government's Justice Department stated that the latest research demonstrates that family group conferences are more effective than the court system in reducing re-offending by young people, says CYF minister Ruth Dyson “The fact is that family group conferences are actually tougher for young offenders than going through the Youth Court.

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  • Restorative Justice recognised as social changing
    3 May 2006

    Geoff Mulgan's article appeard in the The Guardian on Wednesday 26th April 2006 What do hospices, Wikipedia, NHS Direct, the Open University and restorative justice share in common? All are examples of social innovation - new ideas that have helped to change society.

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  • Restoring faith in our justice system
    1 May 2006

    An article written by PETER MacMAHON from the Edinburgh Evening News  RESTORATIVE justice.

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  • When anger is better than forgiveness - Timesonline comment
    11 March 2006

    Magnus Linklater's article in the Times Online website proved thought provoking The vicar who cannot forgive her daughter's killers is taking a difficult but rewarding path    THE MOST MOVING of many moving encounters on Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s TV series on truth and reconciliation in Northern Ireland came when a Belfast woman, Mary McLarnon, found herself face to face with the British soldier who had killed her brother.

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  • School cuts expulsions to zero
    23 February 2006

    A school in the city of Wellington, New Zealand has reported a zero expulsion rate since adopting the restorative Justice approach five years ago.

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