Restorative/Transformative Justice Resources
DISCIPLINE IN SCHOOLS BOOKS
- The Little Book of Restorative Discipline for Schools
- Taking Restorative Justice to Schools
- Discipline that Restores: Strategies to Create Respect, Cooperation, and Responsibility in the Classroom
- Just Schools: A Whole School Approach to Restorative Justice
- Students Resolving Conflict: Peer Mediation in Schools
- Peer Mediation: Conflict Resolution in Schools : Student Manual
- Ready-to-Use Conflict Resolution Activities for Secondary Students
- Using Peer Mediation in Classrooms and Schools: Strategies for Teachers, Counselors, and Administrators
- The Anger Workbook for Teens: Activities to Help You Deal with Anger and Frustration
- Conflict Resolution in the Classroom: Research on Teachers’ Understanding and Implementing Conflict Resolution Skills in the Early Childhood and Elementary Classroom
- Conflict Resolution Activities That Work!: Dozens of Easy & Effective Reading, Writing & Role-Playing Activities That Give Kids the Skills They Need to Get Along With One
- Conflict Resolution in the Classroom Workbook: Strategies, Activities, and Lesson Plans for the Pre-Kindergarten and Elementary Classroom
- Restorative Circles in Schools: Building Community and Enhancing Learning
- Conflict Resolution in the High School: 36 Lessons
- Conflict Resolution in Early Childhood: Helping Children Understand, Manage, and Resolve Conflicts
- Safe and Peaceful Schools: Addressing Conflict and Eliminating Violence
TRANSFORMATIVE JUSTICE ARTICLES
- Nocella, A. J. II. (2012). “An Overview of the History and Theory of Transformative Justice.” Peace & Conflict Review. Vol 6. Issue 1.
- An Interview with Mia Mingus, Oakland Champion of Change, on transformative justice
- “Transformative Justice and the Ethos of Nuremberg.” Jonathan Turley.
- “Developing, implementing, and researching a communitarian model for restorative & transformative justice.” Dot Goulding and Brian Steels.
- The Voices of Peacemaking Criminology: Insights Into a Perspective with an Eye Toward Teaching by John F. Wozniak
- Dona Coker (2002). Transformative Justice: Anti-Subordination Processes in Cases of Domestic Violence. In “Restorative Justice and Family Violence.” Edited By Heather Strang and John Braithwaite.
- Mary Louise Frampton (2008). Transformative Justice and the Dismantling of Slavery’s Legacy in Post-Modern America. In “After the War on Crime: Race, Democracy, and a New Reconstruction. Edtied By Mary Louise Frampton, Ian Haney Lopez, and Jonathan Simon. New York, NY: New York University Press.
- Karlene Faith. (1999). Transformative Justice versus Re-entrenched Correctionalism. In “Harsh Punishment International Experiences of Women’s Imprisonment” Edited By Sandy Cook and Susane Davies. Boston, MA: Northeastern University Press.
- Julie Mertus. (2011). From Legal Transplants to Transformative Justice: Human Rights and the Promise of Transnational Civil Society. In “American University International Law Review. Vol 14, Issue 5.
- Restorative or Transformative Justice? by Howard Zehr
- Towards Transformative Justice: Why a liberatory response to violence is necessary for a just world by generationFIVE
- Furthering Transformative Justice, Building Healthy Communities: An interview with Philly Stands Up
TRANSFORMATIVE JUSTICE BOOKS
- John F. Wozniak, Michael C. Braswell, Ronald E. Vogel and Kristie R. Blevins. (2008). Transformative Justice: Critical and Peacemaking Themes Influenced by Richard Quinney.
TRANSFORMATIVE JUSTICE ORGANIZATIONS
Alternatives to Violence Project (we recommend you get their manuals)