2023 RJ Week Recording

The recording of presentations at the 2023 International Restorative Justice Week webinar held on 20th November 2023………………………

International Restorative Justice Week 2023- Meet the Speakers

In commemoration of International Restorative Justice Week, the African Forum for Restorative Justice and Restorative Justice Initiative Midlands will be hosting an event on Monday, 20th November, from 10 am to 1 pm UK time, with the theme “Restorative Justice in the Community”.


The African Forum for Restorative Justice and Restorative Justice Initiative Midlands will be hosting a thought-provoking event that delves into the heart of restorative justice, focusing………………………

International Experts Discuss Transitional Justice Policy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

AFRJ’s founder Prof. Don John Omale joined other international experts in a discussion on transitional justice policy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

The Ethiopian ministry of justice in collaboration with the African Union convened the meeting which is anticipated to be crucial for Ethiopia’s policy options for transitional justice as well as the African Union’s transitional justice policy………………..

RJ World 2022: Application for Speakers now open

Applications now open! RJ World 2022 Living Justice is inviting restorative presenters – facilitators / practitioners / teachers / researchers / leaders / artists – who are passionate about sharing insights on restorative justice and restorative practices in all sectors: Criminal Justice / Youth Justice / Prisons Legal and Judicial / Environmental Justice / Victim support / Schools / Faith …


In commemoration of the Restorative Justice Week 2021, the African Forum for Restorative Justice is set to organise a webinar on the 22nd of November 2021. The speaker Ms Jee Aei (Jamie) Lee shall speak on the “The Role of the UN in Fostering Support for Restorative Justice in Criminal Matters” A representative of the Lagos state Steering Committee on …

Colorizing Restorative Justice

The African Forum for Restorative Justice in collaboration with Restorative Justice Initiative Midlands presents the maiden edition of the “Reflective Practice” series……………….

Is Desistance Possible in Youth Criminology? A True Life Course Interview with Ademola.

EU Restorative Justice Training

Martha M. Butt, in the book, “The fair child family” (1818), said that “all children are by nature evil and while they have none but the natural evil principle to guide them, pious and prudent parents must check their naughty passions in any way that they have in their power, and force them into decent and proper behaviour and into what are called good habits