Community and resources

Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington Restorative Practice works across the tertiary, public and community sectors.

This page tells you about who is working in the restorative practice space in New Zealand and internationally, we also have links to some free information sources.

Restorative university implementation

Te Ngāpara Centre for Restorative Practice, led by the Diana Unwin Chair in Restorative Justice, at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington offers training and consultation services, developed in partnership with Aspen Restorative Consulting. Rooted in an academic understanding of restorative practices and inspired by our practical community experience, we offer the opportunity to transform how your community builds, maintains, and repairs relationships. For more information, see Aspen Restorative Consulting's website or contact us.

Community providers/practitioners in New Zealand

Government departments and restorative justice

Restorative justice resources

In our Wellington office we have quite a collection of books, journal articles and historic documents on restorative justice in New Zealand and internationally. If you are researching Restorative Justice in New Zealand and want access to our library please contact us or come and visit. Below is a list of online resources on restorative justice: