Paper by John Gorczyk presented at the "Building Strong Partnerships for Restorative Practices" Conference, August 5-7, 1999, Burlington, Vermont.

Paul Nixon, Hampshire County Council Social Services Department, UK, trace the connections between the individual, familial community, professional, organizational and political issues affecting the practice and development of family group conferences in the UK. Presented at the "Building Strong Partnerships for Restorative Practices" Conference, August 5-7, 1999, Burlington, Vermont.

The draft version of this paper by Professor John Braithwaite from the Australian National University is no longer available as a download. It has, however, been published by the University of Chicago Press.

The publication details are as follows:
Crime and Justice, volume 25: An annual review of research / Michael Tonry (ed.)448 p. (est.) 1999.
Cloth US$46.00 ; ISBN 0 226 80847 5

Abstract:
For years this distinguished series has provided scholars and practitioners with timely, cross-disciplinary reviews of research on some of today''s most pressing policy issues. Volume 25 includes articles by Jeffery A Fagan and James Freeman on crime and work; John Braithwaite on restorative justice; Josine Junger-Tas and Ineke Haen Marshall on self-report methodology in crime research; Roger Lane on the history of murder in America; James B Jacobs and Lauryn P Gouldin on Cosa Nostra; Brandon C. Welsh and David P Farrington on monetary costs and benefits of crime prevention programs; and Francis T Cullen, Bonnie Fisher, and Brandon Applegate on public opinion about crime and the criminal justice system.

By Ted Wachtel, President, International Institute for Restorative Practices, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Paper presented at the "Reshaping Australian Institutions Conference: Restorative Justice and Civil Society," The Australian National University, Canberra, February 16-18, 1999. Spanish (Espa�ol) translation also available here.

An introduction to restorative practices, the underlying philosophy of SaferSanerSchools, by Ted Wachtel, President, International Institute for Restorative Practices, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Adapted from paper presented at the “Reshaping Australian Institutions Conference: Restorative Justice and Civil Society,” The Australian National University, Canberra, February 16-18, 1999. Also available as Adobe Acrobat (".pdf") file. (Size 29K)

In this paper Ted Wachtel, president of IIRP, discusses the application of restorative practices in business organizations.

By Ted Wachtel, President, International Institute for Restorative Practices, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Paper presented at the “Reshaping Australian Institutions Conference: Restorative Justice and Civil Society,” The Australian National University, Canberra, February 16-18, 1999. Also available as Adobe Acrobat (".pdf") file. (Size 29K)

A practitioner''s view of the impact of community conferencing in Queensland schools, written by Lisa Cameron, Education Queensland and Margaret Thorsborne, Transformative Justice Australia (Queensland).

Paper presented by Paul McCold to the Second Annual International Conference on Restorative Justice for Juveniles (PDF), Florida Atlantic University, and the International Network for Research on Restorative Justice for Juveniles, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., November 7-9, 1998.

Papers presented at "Conferencing: A New Response to Wrongdoing," The First North American Conference on Conferencing, August 6-8, 1998, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.