RESTORATIVE JUSTICE AND THE STATE. UNTIMELY OBJECTIONS AGAINST THE INSTITUTIONALISATION OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

This paper highlights how qualitative research can enhance causal explanation in impact evaluations and provide additional causal leverage to findings from randomised experiments.

‘GIVING BACK’ BY ‘PAYING BACK’: RECASTING COMMUNITY PAYBACK AS ‘MUTUAL RESTITUTION’ THROUGH FINANCIAL PAYBACK – MAKING A RESTORATIVE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM A REALITY THROUGH CO-OPERATIVES AND VALUES-BASED PURPOSEFUL COMPANIES?

This paper highlights how qualitative research can enhance causal explanation in impact evaluations and provide additional causal leverage to findings from randomised experiments.

MODELS VERSUS MECHANISMS: THE NEED TO CRACK THE BLACK BOX OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

This paper highlights how qualitative research can enhance causal explanation in impact evaluations and provide additional causal leverage to findings from randomised experiments.

VICTIMS’ PARTICIPATORY RIGHTS IN PAROLE HEARINGS: A SOUTH AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE

In 2005, the South African Department of Correctional Services issued specific directives to facilitate and promote the involvement of complainants in Parole Board hearings. These directives were developed in support of the Victim Empowerment Programme of Government, which is based upon the concept of restorative justice.

RESTORATIVE JUSTICE WITHOUT A VICTIM: RISE AND THE ROADS NOT TAKEN

This paper highlights how qualitative research can enhance causal explanation in impact evaluations and provide additional causal leverage to findings from randomised experiments.

PERCEPTIONS AND PRACTICES OF ‘REHABILITATION’ IN A COMMUNITY REHABILITATION COMPANY: DISCONNECTS BETWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICE

This paper highlights how qualitative research can enhance causal explanation in impact evaluations and provide additional causal leverage to findings from randomised experiments.

NEOLIBERAL FEMINISED GOVERNMENTALITY: THE ROLE AND FUNCTION OF A POST CORSTON REPORT (2007) WOMEN’S CENTRE IN THE NORTH-WEST OF ENGLAND

This paper highlights how qualitative research can enhance causal explanation in impact evaluations and provide additional causal leverage to findings from randomised experiments.