The International Journal of Restorative Justice (TIJRJ) is an academic peer-reviewed journal about restorative justice. Articles are written by experts featuring original and current research on theoretical, practice and policy developments, debates about practices, models or recent innovations, book reviews and ‘Conversations’ with prominent figures known globally for their contributions to the field. The journal’s aim is to contribute to the development of restorative justice by discussing its diverse, challenging and innovative facets, as well as to encourage fruitful discussions and debates. The International Journal of Restorative Justice will appeal to academics and researchers, to practitioners and policy-makers, and to those who want to keep up to date with the rapid changes in the field of restorative justice.
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African Forum for Restorative Justice
Asia Pacific Forum for Restorative Justice
European Forum for Restorative Justice
Latin American Forum for Restorative Justice
American Society of Criminology
Asian Criminological Society
Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology
European Society of Criminology
International Institute for Restorative Practices
International Society for Criminology
National Association of Community and Restorative Justice USA
Restorative Justice Council UK
Restorative Practices International
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Ivo Aertsen (Belgium), Estelle Zinsstag (UK & Belgium).
Fernanda Fonseca Rosenblatt (book review editor, Brazil), Albert Dzur (conversations editor, USA), Jane Bolitho (New Zealand), Tali Gal (Israel), Claudia Mazzucato (Italy), Meredith Rossner (Australia), Lode Walgrave (Belgium). Editorial Assistant Marlies Talay (USA).
The international advisory board
Daniela Bolívar (Chile), John Braithwaite (Australia), Robert Cario (France), Kerry Clamp (UK), Adam Crawford (UK), Chris Cunneen (Australia), Kathleen Daly (Australia), Mohammad Farajiha (Iran), Borbala Fellegi (Hungary), Hema Hargovan (South Africa), Carolyn Hoyle (UK), Marie Keenan (Ireland), Jennifer Llewellyn (Canada), Grazia Mannozzi (Italy), Ian Marder (Ireland), Chris Marshall (New Zealand), Shadd Maruna (UK), Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović (Serbia), Don John Omale (Nigeria), Brunilda Pali (Belgium), Stephan Parmentier (Belgium), Christa Pelikan (Austria), Joan Pennell (USA), Lindsey Pointer (USA), Joanna Shapland (UK), Clifford Shearing (South Africa), Chuen-Jim Sheu (Taiwan), Heather Strang (UK), Bas van Stokkom (the Netherlands), Gema Varona (Spain), Dennis Wong (Hong Kong), Hongwei Zhang (China).