In this event, Co-Directors of Impact Justice’s Restorative Justice Project Ashlee George and Cymone Fuller lay the foundation to understanding restorative justice. This conversation explores restorative justice’s roots in indigenous practices, the values and approach of restorative justice, and the centrality of relationships and community in healing harms.
Impact Justice’s National Training and Innovation Center for Restorative Justice Diversion introduced the Restorative Justice Project’s unique model of pre-charge restorative justice diversion.
This article explores evidence-based practices for supporting people in reentry from incarceration and offers concrete recommendations.
A Diversion Toolkit for Communities was created for organizations interested in building pre-charge restorative justice diversion (RJD) programs.