Podcast: In ep. 13 of CDI’s Circles of Connection podcast, they speak to staff and managers at Oberstown, who use restorative practices to build relationships and solve problems with and among the young people in their care.
Video: This short film shows a fictional Offender Reparation Panel, involving a police officer, probation officer, volunteer chairperson and client.
News article: This collaborative piece between The Atlantic and The Marshall Project discusses efforts to use RJ with homicide.
Podcast: One of the most relevant episodes of the new podcast series to RJ, this episode of Policed talks about youth policing here and the Juvenile Liaison Office system.
Video: The story of Peter Woolf and Will Riley, the former of whom burgled the latter, after which the two met through restorative justice and collaborated to establish Why Me? – an advocacy body for RJ.
Podcast: Tom was a cop; Jason was a teenager in a gang. One night in 1997, they had a violent encounter that Tom describes as “inevitable.” Tom and Jason relate the story of that night, and the series of events that unfolded afterward.
Podcast: Lisa Rea, RJI, interviews Griffith and Keenan on their parts in 2018 film The Meeting and their advocacy around restorative justice and sexual violence more broadly.
Video: Facilitators from AVP Ireland discuss their experience of this in-prison restorative programme.
News article: This Irish Times piece from 2019 reports on the decline in victim involvement in restorative cautions in recent years, as first reported by the annual review of the juvenile diversion programme.
Video: Four years before making The Punch (below), Jacob Dunne speaks to a TV show about meeting the parents of the person he killed.
News article: In this piece from 2016, Conor Gallagher reports the story of John Carvin and a real case of restorative justice being poorly offered and misunderstood.
Video: Watch interviews and real footage from a British restorative conference between a couple and a man who burgled them.
Videos: Find here a range of talks on resotrative justice and children’s rights, violent extremism, domestic violence, sexual violence, hate crime and more.
Podcast: Walshe, Chair of Glencree Centre for Peace & Reconciliation, discusses her restorative justice work in post-conflict settings.
Podcast: Stack, Assistant Governor with the Irish Prison Service and son of Brian Stack who was killed by the IRA, discusses his views on restorative justice.
Video: Laura Coel speaks to BBC News about going to a prison to meet her stepfather through a restorative justice process.
Video: Paul Kohler, a victim of aggravated burglary, speaks to a UK TV show about why he and his family, for different reasons, wish to meet the attackers in prison.
Podcast: In this episode of Marlon Peterson’s podcast, he interviews Danielle Sered, author of Until we Reckon and founder of Common Justice, a restorative justice service in New York focusing on violence.
Podcast: Dr. Ian Marder, RJS4C Core Member, speaks to Linda Hayden from the PAC Woman Podcast and Victims’ Alliance about the academic study of victimology.
News article: This 2019 Irish Times article interviews a person who opted to receive a letter from the young girl who assaulted him.
News article: Ailbhe Griffith speaks to the Independent in 2019 about The Meeting, a film in which Ailbhe plays herself participating in a real victim-offender mediation with her rapist, upon release from prison.
News article and video: Report of Shaneda Daly’s 2018 appearance on Claire Byrne, describing her meeting with her father in prison.
Video: Jo met the person who raped her through restorative justice. In this video, she tells the story of the offence and her own experience of restorative justice.
Podcast series: At 18, Jacob Dunne was convicted of manslaughter for killing a man with a single punch. This podcast series tells the story of his transformation, with help from the unlikeliest of places.
Art: Inspired by a set of restorative questions, a group of US artists created posters, now available for free downloading on this site. The goal is to widely disseminate the art so that people ask new and different questions when harms are done in their communities.