Restorative practice is broad and diverse, and through our practice we encounter a variety of unique and complex issues. We can’t master every issue, and this is where it’s sometimes helpful to inform ourselves about the issues and seek additional resources.
At the 2010 BC RJ Conference we heard about a need to share information and resources about the many issues facing rj practitioners, our clients, and our communities of practice. Here is a place to share that information.
Links & Resources:
- Cultural Competency
- Human Rights
- Mental Health
- Victim Services
- Offender Services
- Volunteer/Facilitator Training
- RJ in Schools
- Program Evaluation
In addition to these, sometimes it’s useful as practitioners to share our resources on restorative justice. Have you read a good book related to rj lately that you recommend? Let us know and we’ll add it to our reading list.