Professor Chris Marshall has published extensively on restorative justice, including All Things Reconciled (2018).
Restorative Justice is a way of responding to wrongdoing or conflict that seeks to repair the harms suffered, and to do so by actively involving the affected parties in respectful dialogue and decision-making.
- In April 2015 Professor Marshall delivered a presentation on restorative practices in schools, this presentation can be found in full on the Ministry of Education's page
- The Chair in Restorative Justice at Victoria University of Wellington: An
Inter-agency Collaboration (PDF) is an article written by the Chair for Corrections' Practice journal.
- Bringing Restorative Justice to the Table is an article on the cross-sector restorative justice roundtable sponsored by the Chair in October 2014.
- Victoria University of Wellington's Victorious magazine featured, in 2014, a Close Up on Restorative Justice.
- Professor Marshall featured, in 2014, with a lead article in Policy Quarterly, a publication of the Institute for Governance and Policy Studies. In his piece Restoring What? The practice, promise and perils of restorative justice in New Zealand (PDF), Chris Marshall recognises that incorporating the principles of restorative justice into the criminal justice system is neither simple nor without risk.
Paper 2: Family Violence, the Law and Restorative Justice (PDF)
Paper 3: The Need for Prudent Courage (PDF)
Paper 4: Restorative Justice in Prisons (PDF)
Paper 6: Elder Harm and Restorative Practices (PDF)
Paper 7: Restorative Practice in Youth Justice Residences (PDF)