Armstrong, M (2004) To study restorative justice programs/models that focus on the development of emotional, physical and psychological safety for all members of the school community.

Marg Armstrong’s Churchhill Fellowship Report.2004

 

Armstrong, M (2007) “Restorative Practices – The Journey Continues”

Published in the Teacher Learning Network Journal – My Room, My Rules, Autumn 2007.

 

Blood, P and Thorsborne, M. (2005) The Challenge of Culture Change: Embedding Restorative Practices in Schools.

Paper presented at the Sixth International Conference on Conferencing, Circles and other Restorative Practices: “Building a Global Alliance for Restorative Practices and Family Empowerment”. Sydney, Australia, March 3-5, 2005.

Morrison, B. (2005) Building Safe and Healthy School Communities: Restorative Justice and Responsive Regulation.

Paper presented at the Sixth International Conference on Conferencing, Circles and other Restorative Practices: “Building a Global Alliance for Restorative Practices and Family Empowerment.” Sydney, Australia, March, 2005.

 

Blood, P. (2005) The Australian Context – Restorative Practices as a Platform for Cultural Change in Schools.

A paper presented by Peta Blood to the World Criminology Conference in Philadelphia in 2005.  This article outlines the Australian perspective on the implementation of restorative practices in educational settings and has been described as an excellent resource to assist practitioners with the scope of implementation issues.

 

University of Edinburgh and University of Glasgow – Final Report of the Evaluation of a 2 year pilot project in Scottish Schools

An article of findings of research in Scottish schools.

 

Blood, P and Thorsborne M (2006) Overcoming Resistance to Whole-School Uptake of Restorative Practices

Paper presented at the International Institute of Restorative Practices “The Next Step: Developing Restorative Communities, Part 2” Conference.  Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA, October 2006.