Resources & Readings


Use the links below to download selected report.

  • Report from the Restorative Justice Process at the Dalhousie University Faculty of Dentistry - May 2015

Other Resources

  • African Nova Scotian Restorative Justice: A Change Has Gotta Come
    – Michelle Y. Williams

  • The Challenges of Institutionalizing Comprehensive Restorative Justice: Theory and Practice in Nova Scotia
    – Bruce Archibald/Jennifer Llewellyn

  • Restorative Justice and Gendered Violence? From Vaguely Hostile Skeptic to Cautious Convert: Why Feminists Should Critically Engage with Restorative Approaches to Law
    – Melanie Randall

  • Imagining Success for a Restorative Approach to Justice: Implications for Measurement and Evaluation
    – Jennifer J. Llewellyn, Bruce P. Archibald, Don Clairmont & Diane Crocker

  • Trauma-Informed Approaches to Law: Why Restorative Justice Must Understand Trauma and Psychological Coping
    – Melanie Randall & Lori Haskell

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Conference Sponsors

We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of our sponsors: The Donald R. Sobey Foundation • Wagners Law Firm

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