Luke’s story

Luke confronted a group of young people after they threw stones at his scooter while he was out delivering pizzas. Here he explains how restorative justice enabled him to have a positive impact on the life of one of his attackers by getting him to consider to implications of his actions. 

Anti-Semitic hate crime and restorative justice

Hate crime is on the rise, prompting the government to publish an updated Hate Crime Action Plan in July.

Why should health agencies refer to restorative justice?

‘Victim wellbeing’ is a phrase often linked to restorative justice, but what does that look like in practice?

Waseem's Story

After an armed robbery at his home, Waseem was left feeling scared and vulnerable. But when Waseem discovered that the offenders were teenagers, his anger turned into a need to find out why they had done it. Here, he talks about how restorative justice allowed him to get answers to his questions.

Celine's story

Celine’s* mother was killed when the car she was travelling in was hit in a head-on collision. The driver who caused the accident was convicted of death by dangerous driving and sent to prison for three and a half years.

2016 Ipsos MORI polling summary

Laura's story

Accounts of child abuse are depressingly familiar, as are the life-long effects it can have on its survivors. Here, Laura explains how facing her abuser empowered her and enabled her to move on with her life.

Multiagency partnerships report - Scriberia images

To inform our report, Delivering restorative justice - making multiagency partnerships work, the RJC held events with the three areas profiled. Scriberia produced visual minutes of these events, excerpts from which appear on the case study pages.

Nick's story

Nick spent 16 years learning to live with the killing of his twin brother, Simon. Here, he talks about how restorative justice helped him to stop feeling like a victim. 

Restorative practice and young people - exhibition stand application form