Perspectives on Restorative Justice
This page is archived material and is no longer updated. It may contain outdated information and broken links. The material presented on these pages is the product of five regional symposia held on restorative justice between June 1997 and January 1998.
Restorative justice is not a program that can be bottled. It is a compilation of principles and practices that come together to form an approach that involves all parties--the offender, victim, and community--to achieve justice.
This section details a few of the many different perspectives on restorative justice.
- The Minnesota Restorative Justice Initiative: A Model Experience
- Indigenous Justice Systems and Tribal Society
- Reemergence of Tribal Society and Traditional Justice Systems
- How to Build Community Support for Restorative Justice
- Communities and the Justice System- Turning the Relationship Upside Down
- Cultural and Diversity Issues