Restorative Justice

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Association for Conflict Resolution

The Association for Conflict Resolution is a professional organization dedicated to enhancing the practice and public understanding of conflict resolution. Its site details the association—its membership, programs, and conferences—while the online library offers a wide range of articles, publications, newsletters, and research studies about conflict resolution.

http://www.acrnet.org/

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Association of Family and Conciliation Courts

The Association of Family and Conciliation Courts is an international and interdisciplinary association of family, court, and community professionals dedicated to the constructive resolution of family disputes. This site describes the association and its various training programs, and houses the Family Court Review journal.

http://www.afccnet.org/

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Conflict Resolution Information Source

This is a comprehensive information site that provides numerous links and resources for adversaries, bystanders, students, educators, practitioners, and researchers. Among other things, users can learn more about conflict resolution, browse all resources, link to conflict-related news, and connect to a network of people working in the field.

http://www.crinfo.org/

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Federal Mediation & Conciliation Service

Created in 1947, the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service is an independent agency whose mission is to preserve and promote labor-management peace and cooperation. Headquartered in Washington, DC, the agency provides mediation and conflict resolution services to industry, government agencies and communities. The site’s resource section provides numerous articles, speeches and presentations detailing the agency’s latest thinking about mediation.

http://www.fmcs.gov/internet/

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Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation, Inc.

The Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation provides a forum for the work of scholars and practitioners in the conflict intervention field who approach conflict from a relational or transformative view—first described in the 1994 article The Promise of Mediation. The Institute was founded in 1999 to study and promote understanding of conflict and intervention processes from the transformative perspective; its site details this approach.

http://www.transformativemediation.org/

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International Academy of Mediators

The mission of the International Academy of Mediators is to define standards and qualifications for the professional mediator of commercial disputes and to promote the mediation process as the preferred means of resolving disputes. Its site offers membership and academy information, along with a series of mediation-related articles.

http://www.iamed.org/

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International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution

Founded in 1979, the International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution—an alliance of global corporations, law firms, legal academics and selected public institutions—serves as a multinational resource for avoidance, management and resolution of business-related and other disputes. Its site offers, among other things, project descriptions, publications, videotapes and training materials, and also discusses alternative dispute resolution in a variety of industry and practice areas.

http://www.cpradr.org/

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Mediate.com

This site is a comprehensive resource on mediation. Users can locate mediators, review academic programs in mediation, browse by topic areas (including books, careers, collaborative law, government, and health care), purchase mediation-related books and CDs, and participate in mediation-focused discussions.

http://www.mediate.com/

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National Association for Community Mediation

The National Association for Community Mediation’s stated purpose is to support the maintenance and growth of community-based mediation programs, to present a compelling voice in appropriate policy-making and legislative arenas, and to encourage the development and sharing of resources for these efforts. Its site lists grant opportunities, programs and initiatives, links, articles, and training programs. Users can also search for community mediation centers.

http://www.nafcm.org/

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New York Peace Institute

The mission of the New York Peace Institute, formerly Safe Horizon Mediation Program, is to provide support, prevent violence, and promote justice for victims of crime and abuse, their families and communities. Its site details its advocacy and policy while also offering resources for victims, including information on the Mediation Program, which helps community members resolve their disputes before they get to court.

http://nypeace.org/

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New York State Unified Court System – Alternative Dispute Resolution

The Office of Alternative Dispute Resolution Programs oversees all Alternative Dispute Resolution programs in the Unified Court System, and works with judges, court administrators and members of the bar to design dispute resolution programs that are responsive to the needs of the communities and court environments in which they operate. It also administers the Community Dispute Resolution Centers Program, which provides a community-based forum for the resolution of disputes that might otherwise become civil, family and criminal courts cases.

http://www.courts.state.ny.us/ip/adr/index.shtml

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Office of Dispute Resolution – U.S. Department of Justice

The Office of Dispute Resolution coordinates the use of Alternative Dispute Resolution for the Department of Justice. The office is responsible for ADR policy matters, ADR training, assisting lawyers in selecting the right cases for dispute resolution, and finding appropriate neutrals to serve as mediators, arbitrators, and neutral evaluators. The office also coordinates the Interagency ADR Working Group, an organization that promotes the use of ADR throughout federal executive branch agencies, which was created by the President and is chaired by the Attorney General. Its site offers numerous resources and publications.

http://www.justice.gov/olp/adr/

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Victim Offender Mediation Association

The Victim Offender Mediation Association is an international membership association that supports and assists people and communities working at restorative models of justice. It provides resources, training, and technical assistance in victim-offender mediation, conferencing, circles, and related practices. Its web site features restorative justice fact sheets, articles, and newsletters.

http://www.voma.org/

Contact
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