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Restorative Justice Facing Armed Conflict in Libya

A new report from internationally renowned restorative justice expert John Braithwaite and Libyan writer and activist Tamim Rashed of the Regulatory Institutions Network, Australian National University, published this week, documents an upsurge in tribal violence, transnational crime, weapons trading and Al-Qaeda related violence in Southern Libya in recent weeks.

Please click here to read the report. The full analysis and detailed version of the report will be published as an article in Restorative Justice in the summer of 2014.

Restorative Justice seeks to facilitate the development and exchange of the best and most rigorously researched theoretical and practical scholarship within the domain of Restorative Justice (RJ). It aims to gather and present in a systematised way the fruits of academic research as well as practice and policy related information on RJ worldwide. We hope thereby to deepen empirical and theoretical knowledge and achieving a fluent exchange of ideas which will stimulate debates within the field of RJ and advance the development of RJ worldwide in a critical and independent way.

Restorative Justice publishes original, ground-breaking and innovative articles about RJ and contains a vibrant book review section in which new books relevant to RJ are reviewed by leading scholars in the field. As such the journal seeks to be the leading worldwide forum for those working in the field of RJ - academics, researchers, practitioners, policy-makers and interested citizens. A subscription to Restorative Justice consists of 3 issues.