Little Book Of Restorative Justice is a Good Books publication.
Howard Zehr is widely known as “the grandfather of restorative justice.” Since 1996 he has been Professor of Restorative Justice at the Center for Justice & Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, VA, an international graduate program for justice and peacebuilding practitioners.
Howard has published several other portrait/interview books including Doing Life: Reflections of Men and Women Serving Life Sentences and Transcending: Reflections of Crime Victims (both with Good Books). He has authored numerous other books and publications; best known are The Little Book of Restorative Justice (Good Books) and Changing Lenses: A New Focus for Crime and Justice.
He is a frequent speaker and consultant on justice issues in North America and internationally. Zehr has also worked professionally as a photographer.
Why this Little Book?
Restorative justice is not
Restorative justice is concerned about needs and roles
Three pillars of restorative justice
The ``who'' and the ``how'' are important
Restorative justice aims to put things right
A restorative lens
Defining restorative justice
The goals of restorative justice
Guiding questions of restorative justice
Signposts of restorative justice
Core approaches often involve an encounter
Models differ in the ``who'' and the ``how''
Models differ in their goals
A restorative continuum
Is It Either/Or?
Retributive justice vs. restorative justice?
Criminal justice vs. restorative justice?
Restorative justice is a river
Appendix I: Fundamental Principles of Restorative Justice