Restoring Community

Black Family Development, Inc. (Detroit, Mich., USA)
Black Family Development, Inc. (BFDI) is a private, non-profit comprehensive family counseling agency that was created in 1978 by the Detroit Chapter of the National Association of Black Social Workers (NABSW). By establishing BFDI as a family counseling agency, NABSW sought to promote and provide quality social work services in Detroit that were culturally relevant and culturally sensitive. 

CASEL - Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (USA)
Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) is the nation’s leading organization advancing the development of academic, social and emotional competence for all students. Our mission is to help make evidence-based social and emotional learning (SEL) an integral part of education from preschool through high school.

Coordinated Educational Resources Group, LLC (USA)
Coordinated Educational Resources Group, LLC, (CERG) is a Wisconsin-based organization that provides restorative practices training and implementation assistance to schools, justice systems, human services agencies, and faith-based organizations.  The CERG mission is to promote active collaboration between these groups and to prepare and support practitioners in building strong community and family relationships.

National Association of Community and Restorative Justice (USA)
The National Association of Community and Restorative Justice (NACRJ) is a non-profit membership association of citizens, practitioners, educators, and researchers who are interested in the use of community justice and restorative justice practices to build trust and strengthen communities as well as address conflicts, harm and crime in meaningful, effective and sustainable ways that reduce future harms.  NACRJ is dedicated to the development of safe, just and equitable communities through widespread implementation of these practices, public policy advocacy, training, education and research.

Eigen Kracht (Netherlands)
Eigen Kracht is a non-governmental social service agency in Amsterdam, Netherlands. They thrive for a society based on participation and mutual self reliance of citizens, where citizens remain in charge of their own life, especially when dealing with organizations and government bodies.

LCCS (Singapore)
Lutheran Community Care Services Ltd (LCCS) was established in 2002 to serve families, children and youths-at-risk through developmental, preventive and intervention work. Their services include counselling work, family intervention, life skills workshops and enrichment programmes.

Ligand (Belgium)
Ligand began in 1975 with Oranjehuis, a residential group home for young people in trouble with the law who were referred by the court. Over the years, the focus at Oranjehuis shifted from reactive to proactive and preventive strategies, including restorative circles to build relationships. They now work in a broader context with families. Originally, young people lived in the group home fulltime. To incorporate more family engagement, youth now live at Oranjehuis two-to-three days a week and at home for the rest of the week.

SynRJ (United Kingdom)
The team at SynRJ have a long and distinguished track record in restorative justice and practices, education, residential care, personal and community safety, policing, crime reduction and criminal justice.