Restorative Practices in Northern Ireland: A Mapping Exercise, research project commissioned by the Northern Ireland Restorative Justice Forum.

Brian Payne, Vicky Conway

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Abstract

This report presents the findings of a study conducted to map the extent of restorative practice in Northern Ireland. It was commissioned by the Restorative Justice Forum and conducted by staff and students of the School of Law, Queen‟s University Belfast. The research involved surveys of and interviews with 18 organisations which utilize restorative practice in their work.

The use of restorative justice in Northern Ireland is well documented in relation to youth conferencing and community based projects but perhaps most strikingly we encountered restorative practice being employed by a much wider range of groups and organisations than previously explored. We documented restorative practice within community organisations, statutory agencies, youth justice initiatives, schools and children’s homes.
LanguageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2011

Fingerprint

research project
justice
school initiative
survey research
community
staff
Law
interview
school
Group
student

Keywords

  • restorative justice, Northern Ireland,

Cite this

@book{6e2c692ca8ce423db6ff5dce96b328be,
title = "Restorative Practices in Northern Ireland: A Mapping Exercise, research project commissioned by the Northern Ireland Restorative Justice Forum.",
abstract = "This report presents the findings of a study conducted to map the extent of restorative practice in Northern Ireland. It was commissioned by the Restorative Justice Forum and conducted by staff and students of the School of Law, Queen‟s University Belfast. The research involved surveys of and interviews with 18 organisations which utilize restorative practice in their work. The use of restorative justice in Northern Ireland is well documented in relation to youth conferencing and community based projects but perhaps most strikingly we encountered restorative practice being employed by a much wider range of groups and organisations than previously explored. We documented restorative practice within community organisations, statutory agencies, youth justice initiatives, schools and children’s homes.",
keywords = "restorative justice, Northern Ireland,",
author = "Brian Payne and Vicky Conway",
year = "2011",
month = "1",
day = "1",
language = "English",

}

TY - BOOK

T1 - Restorative Practices in Northern Ireland: A Mapping Exercise, research project commissioned by the Northern Ireland Restorative Justice Forum.

AU - Payne, Brian

AU - Conway, Vicky

PY - 2011/1/1

Y1 - 2011/1/1

N2 - This report presents the findings of a study conducted to map the extent of restorative practice in Northern Ireland. It was commissioned by the Restorative Justice Forum and conducted by staff and students of the School of Law, Queen‟s University Belfast. The research involved surveys of and interviews with 18 organisations which utilize restorative practice in their work. The use of restorative justice in Northern Ireland is well documented in relation to youth conferencing and community based projects but perhaps most strikingly we encountered restorative practice being employed by a much wider range of groups and organisations than previously explored. We documented restorative practice within community organisations, statutory agencies, youth justice initiatives, schools and children’s homes.

AB - This report presents the findings of a study conducted to map the extent of restorative practice in Northern Ireland. It was commissioned by the Restorative Justice Forum and conducted by staff and students of the School of Law, Queen‟s University Belfast. The research involved surveys of and interviews with 18 organisations which utilize restorative practice in their work. The use of restorative justice in Northern Ireland is well documented in relation to youth conferencing and community based projects but perhaps most strikingly we encountered restorative practice being employed by a much wider range of groups and organisations than previously explored. We documented restorative practice within community organisations, statutory agencies, youth justice initiatives, schools and children’s homes.

KW - restorative justice, Northern Ireland,

M3 - Commissioned report

BT - Restorative Practices in Northern Ireland: A Mapping Exercise, research project commissioned by the Northern Ireland Restorative Justice Forum.

ER -