Content to come.
The open source Restorative Justice Encyclopedia that anyone can edit. So far we have 32 wiki pages.
This Restorative Justice Wiki can only flourish if the international Restorative Justice community will actively participate and share their knowledge.
A lot of Restorative Justice collegues already are busy adding content and reviewing material to enrich this Wiki.
We hope you will do so too!
To help you find your way around there is a manual that explains how to create, edit and find material, an FAQ and a help desk. Just check the menu at the right hand side of this page.
If you will join our growing international team of Restorative Justice academics, practitioners and citizens that collaborately co-creates this Wiki, you will be part of our community and will be kept in the loop about relevant developments.
So get started and register as a member. You can do so by clicking on the option "Member's Login" at the top of this page. This is of course all for free.
If you just want to use this Restorative Justice Wiki as a resource to keep your knowledge updated, that's also fine.
You can use the 'Find' option in the menu on the right hand side that brings you to a search engine.
If you have any questions please check the list with Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) or contact the help desk.
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