What is restorative justice?

Restorative Justice is an approach to justice that aims to involve the parties to a dispute and others affected by the harm (victims, offenders, families concerned and community members) in collectively identifying harms, needs and obligations through accepting responsibilities, making restitution, and taking measures to prevent a recurrence of the incident and promoting reconciliation. - Dept of Justice

RJ Schools

Restore harm done through bullying, classroom disruption, poor attendance, disputes between trainers or when crimes are committed at school.

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RJ Family

Save your family system the trauma, time and cost of divorcing/separating through the adversarial justice system.

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RJ Workplace

When conflict happens in the workplace or people experience inappropriate behaviour at work, relationships are broken and teams suffer.

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RJ Communities

Restorative practice in communities resolves conflicts and disputes before they escalate into crime.

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RJSA offers the following services

We provide voluntary, safe, non-threatening, facilitated restorative justice programmes for people who have been affected by crime; victims, offenders, families and communities.

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RJ in Schools

Becoming a restorative school has many benefits, including increased attendance, reduced exclusions and improved achievement.

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RJ in Families

Save your family system the trauma, time and cost of divorcing/separating through the adversarial justice system.

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RJ at Work

Restorative practice can be used within the workplace both to prevent this happening in the first place and to address it when it does, enabling teams and individuals to work well together.

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RJ in Communities

Restorative approaches in communities incorporate a range of models including community mediation, police and community support officers using restorative skills on the street and neighbourhood justice panels.

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If you want to make peace with your enemy, you have to work with your enemy. Then he becomes your partner.

Nelson Mandela