Community and Family

  • In the coming year IIRP will be offering three different 4Day Events in a host of locations nationwide.

  • A creative application of restorative justice from Canada.

    The caption at youtube reads:

    "After years of delayed and extended trials with the end results not addressing environmental...

  • Representatives of school and church meet over breakfast in Susquehanna Township. Photo by M. Diane McCormick for PennLive.com

    The Susquehanna Township (Pennsylvania) School District...

  • Boys at the Southside Bethlehem (PA, USA) Boys & Girls ClubTwo high school kids were on the verge of a serious fight on the basketball court, but they decided to talk it out...

  • Photo by Michael Glasgow at Flickr Creative Commons

    Mikhail Lyubansky at Psychology Today posted this letter submitted by Psychologists for Social Responsibility (PsySR) to...

  • On February 14 and 15, 2013, coinciding with Black History Month activities, Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York and the Kings County District Attorney's Office...

  • Les Davey, director of IIRP UK & Ireland, writes:

    In partnership with the City of Salford, IIRP UK & Ireland are pleased to announce their Summer 2013 Conference: "Restorative...

  • The National Center on Family Group Decision Making has a new home at the Kempe Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect in Denver, CO. Previously with the...

  • Family Learning Signature (a Restorative Practice approach) at Carr Manor Community School, Nov 2012.

    Example of a completed Family Learning Signature

    In the caption for this video,

  • IIRP Canada and FaithCARE (Communities Affirming Restorative Experiences), a program of Shalem Mental Health Network, announce a three-day event February 5-7, 2013 for congregations...

  • This Wednesday evening, December 19th, at 5pmPST/8pmEST, The Peace Alliance presents a free hourlong program with Steve Korr, an IIRP instructor, as part of its "Restorative Justice...

  • As part of its journey to become a "restorative city," Wanganui, New Zealand recently hosted "Associate Professor at the Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law, and a director of...

  • The following comments are excerpted from Theo Gavrielides's blog piece, titled "The McDonaldisation of a community-born and community-led ethos: Reflections on the restorative justice...