of Aotearoa New Zealand
Founder Rethinking Crime and Punishment.
"Until recently, the major focus for adult restorative justice practise in New Zealand was in the provision of pre-sentence restorative justice (RJ) conferencing. There was however, an exception. Despite the absence of funding, Prison Fellowship New Zealand (PFNZ), with the initial support of the Department of Corrections, facilitated 65 in-prison conferences between 2003 and 2008.1 This is the story of that journey; its processes, issues, highlights and challenges."
Published with permission of the author.
Final publication can be found at the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies.