Reprinted and with a NEW Preface January 2004. As featured in The Guardian
. A truly ground-breaking work. The Relationships Foundation exists to foster relational approaches to social, economic and other problems including justice issues. A work stemming from the Foundation, Relational Justice
has proved a highly successful adjunct to the main work of that organization to the extent that there is now also a regular Relational Justice Bulletin (contact The Relationships Foundation, 3 Hooper Street, Cambridge CB1 2NZ; 01223 566333; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website
- N.B. Waterside Press is not responsible for external links). This influential book with contributors ranging from the New Zealand judge Fred McElrea to Professor Tony Bottoms of the Cambridge University Institute of Criminology - presents a uniquely refreshing challenge and will appeal to people who prefer non-adversarial, non-conflict and non-argument-laden solutions. 'The idea of Relational Justice brings to the administration of criminal justice new priorities: the need to treat all those involved in its process with courtesy, consideration and respect. Victims of crime have a particular need for such treatment': Baroness Faithfull
. A book which has established a whole new perspective on criminal justice.
Professor Anthony Bottoms; Jonathan Burnside; His Honour Judge Christopher Compston; Dr. Andrew Coyle; Professor Christie Davies; David Faulkner CB; John Harding; His Honour Judge FWM McElrea; Roger Shaw; Dr. Michael Schluter; Christopher Townsend ; Peter Walker.