This acknowledgement was read in October 2018 to a group of leaders from the victim assistance and restorative justice movements in Oregon, that had gathered to explore the history and future of the relationship between these two movements.
The Institute for Restorative Justice and Restorative Dialogue (IRJRD) seeks to build a national mindset that embraces restorative justice principles. Its mission is to advance meaningful accountability, victim healing and community safety through the use of restorative justice solutions to repair the harm related to conflict, crime and victimization.
National Association for restorative justice practitioners and agencies. Offers a national conference every other year, research databases for members, etc.
Restorative Justice for all (RJ4All) is a UK-based international institute that generates and disseminates knowledge on restorative justice, while providing capacity building, research evaluation and advice to governments, organisations and individuals on restorative justice.
The NW Justice Forum fosters the gathering of individuals committed to, or interested in learning about, the principles and values of Restorative Justice. We gather to increase understanding, share practical application, ensure cultural inclusion, and explore theoretical implications of living and working restoratively in the Northwest.
Based in Europe, the Restorative Justice Council (RJC) is the independent third sector membership body for the field of restorative practice. It provides quality assurance and a national voice advocating the widespread use of all forms of restorative practice, including restorative justice. The RJC’s vision is of a restorative society where everyone has access to safe, high quality restorative practice wherever and whenever it is needed.
Database website of articles, resources, information all related to restorative justice.
Implementation and information resources for restorative practices in the schools.
"This document invites you to decide for yourself which values will guide your organization through the particular forest it works in, and suggests ways for you to discern what those values call you to do—in the unique circumstances created by the context of your community, the skills, resources and challenges your agency happens to have, and the aspirations and commitments of the people currently working in it". - Author Susan Sharpe
The Zehr Institute for Restorative Justice, founded in 2012, promotes dialogue and networking within the restorative justice field and provides education and training through web-based and onsite programs. Online webinars, articles, blog, news, etc.