Center for Restorative Justice – Resources
Helpful resources and guides for restorative justice practices and programs.

Community Accountability: Ideas, Actions, Art, and Resources for Communities Responding to and Transforming Violence

International Institute for Restorative Practices
Is dedicated to the advanced education of professionals at the graduate level and to the conduct of research that can develop the growing field of restorative practices, with the goal of positively influencing human behavior and strengthening civil society throughout the world.

Living Justice Press
Publisher of many useful books and pamphlets on restorative justice.

Prison Culture: How the PIC Structures our World
This blog by Mariame Kaba documents, explores, and challenges how the current prison industrial complex operates and underscores the ways that it structures American society. It’s also a great resource for stories of and reflections about the possibilities for transformative justice.

Restorative Justice Online
A clearing house of information including research tools, bibliographies, training, tutorials and expert articles.

Suspension Stories: Challenging the School to Prison Pipeline (Chicago)
Suspension Stories is a youth-led participatory action research project to understand the school to prison pipeline. This initiative is the result of a collaboration between the Rogers Park Young Women’s Action Team (www.rogersparkywat.org) and Project NIA (www.project-nia.org).

Transformative Justice Toronto
Group of two-spirited, queer and trans folks who came together to learn about the practice of community accountability and transformative justice, and to learn strategies to create safer communities without the prison industrial complex.

Transformative Justice: Resisting All Forms of Violence (Berlin, Germany)
We work to build community accountability for sexual violence in Berlin. That means, developing community-wide coordinated responses to sexual violence that include : prevention education, survivor support, perpetrator accountability, and an overall commitment to anti-oppression.

Transformative Justice Resources (from Prison Culture Blog)

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