Our VisionBringing Peace and Justice Closer to the People.


Advancement of Restorative Justice Principles, Values and Practices in Africa and to bring Peace and Justice closer to the people.
AFRJ Values

Our Values

Truth, Accountability for harms, Equity and Social Justice, the creation of a ‘safe and respectful’ environment, a positive commitment to ‘repair’ and ‘voluntary’ participation.

The Mission StatementWe Put Restorative Justice first.


To develop, promote and stimulate Restorative Justice knowledge and policy in Africa through research, training, practice and legislative advocacy.

The DetailsSee exactly how we accomplish our goals.


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Step 1: Victim's Satisfaction

To reduce the fear of crime for victims and ensure victims’ voices for the harm done to them.
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Step 2: Engagement with the Perpetrators

To ensure that they are aware of the consequences of their actions, that they have the opportunity to make amend, and agree on  a plan for their restoration in the community.
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Step 3: Creation of Community Capital

To increase public confidence in the criminal justice system and other agencies with a responsibility for delivering a response to anti-social behaviour.

The TeamMembership.


Forum Membership

Forum Membership

Forum membership is for anyone who wants to keep in touch with what we do and support our mission, vision and campaigns.
Student Membership

Student Membership

This is available to those registered with a higher education institute and studying a full time, part time or distance learning course.
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Organisational Membership

Organisational Membership is perfect for community organisations, corporate bodies, Schools looking to grow and develop in RJ research and Practice.

The Practice Restorative Justice Practice/Training in Schools and Universities

Schools and Universities are seeking ways to create a safe environment for their students, but incidences of bullying and violence still pervade. Student suspension rates are on the rise and many argue that forbidding students from attending to school exacerbates, rather than remediates, the problem.
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The InfoOur stats at a glance.


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