Restorative practices in theory and action
- Read Defining Restorative by IIRP Founder Ted Wachtel.
- Download Restorative Works – 2016, the IIRP Graduate School’s Annual Report.
UK foundational documents
- Download Best practice guidance for restorative practices (2011), the foundation of quality standards in restorative practice.
- Download Principles of restorative processes, which underpin the ethical framework for restorative practice.
- Download Trainers Code Of Practice.
Restorative practices in schools
Restorative Justice Principles in a Schools Setting (RJC, 2005)
- Download the pdf, which sets out the application of RJC’s ‘Principles of restorative processes’ in schools.
Improving school climate: Promising outcomes (The IIRP Graduate School)
The promise of restorative practices to transform teacher-student relationships and achieve equity in school discipline (Dr. Anne Gregory et al., Rutgers University)
- Read key findings and purchase the full report.
- See also Authoritative school discipline: High school practices associated with lower bullying and victimization.
Swansea on the path to becoming a restorative city
- Hilary Davies, the restorative practices project manager for the city and county of Swansea, Wales, UK, discusses the region’s efforts to become a restorative city.
Restorative practices in the workplace
- The National Occupational Standards (NOS) are statements of good practice which relate to functions carried out in the workplace. They describe what an individual needs to do, know and understand in order to carry out a particular job role or function. Download the NOS for Restorative Practice, published by Skills for Justice, the skills sector body, and developed in cooperation with the RJC.