The recent publication of our colleague, Emanuela Biffi's paper offers a good overview of what we know about the application of restorative justice in cases of violent extremism and terrorism. It was published by the RAN Network.
We have invited for a short interview Ms Jee Aei (Jamie) Lee, Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer of the Justice Section of the UNODC, who was the key coordinator of the new edition of the UNODC Handbook on Restorative Justice Programmes.
We are excited to share interviews with two extraordinary women on this International Women's Day: Dr Marie Keenan and Ailbhe Griffith. They both advocate for making restorative justice available and accessible for survivors of sexual harm.
"It is time to be less inward looking and more engaged in supporting people to establish and maintain just relations with each other" - claims Tim Chapman, the Chair of our Board in our discussion about the prospects of 20th anniversary year of the European Forum for Restorative Justice. With his words we launch a new space on our website: The Restorative Blog.