In the news

7 February 2021 Radio National

Is forgiveness always possible?

Research Lead and Founder, Associate Professor Jane Bolitho, Diana Unwin Chair in Restorative Justice, Te Herenga Waka  University of Victoria Wellington, New Zealand speaks on Radio National.

11 March 2021 Sydney Morning Herald

Sexual assault survivors must be at heart of justice system

Opinion piece by founders, Thea Deakin-Greenwood and Dr Jane Bolitho

20 March 2021 The Guardian

More laws are not the answer: the case for restorative justice to address sexual assault

Arlia Fleming, Director and Principal Solicitor, speaks to Michael McGowan

18 May 2021 Open Circles, RMIT

Panel discussion: Restorative justice responses to sexual harm

Thea Deakin-Greenwood and Dr Jane Bolitho contribute to the panel hosted by Open Circles at RMIT


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