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The Trustees and Editor of Justice Reflections accept no liability for the material contained within any paper.
The papers may not necessarily meet the standards
of any of the three world organizations supporting
Justice Reflections.

The inclusion of any paper in Justice Reflections
should not be construed as an endorsement
of views expressed within them.

Issue No: 13

Cover - Blue


From England
JR 93
HOPE AND REDEMPTION

Catholic Bishops present further Christian approaches to punishment and prison.

From Norway
JR 94
CRIME, PAIN AND DEATH

Nils Christie challenges conventional attitudes towards crime.

From England
JR 95
THE SINNERS AND THE SINNED AGAINST

Brenda Hale writes about women in the criminal justice system.

From Canada
JR 96
A DANGEROUS JOURNEY

Gillian McLean writes about violence in a woman's life.

From England
JR 97
ON BEING A PRISONER

Robert Shaw reflects on his experiences as a prisoner.

From England
JR 98
PRISON ALPHA COURSES IN ENGLAND AND WALES

John Race outlines developments in Alpha courses in UK prisons.

From England
JR 99
LOSS INTERVENTION PROJECT FOR MALE ADULT PRISONERS
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Peter Hammersley and Dorothy Ayling write about their work in prison

From Russia
JR 100
RUSSIA'S GIANT INCARCERATOR - PRISON REFLECTIONS

Laura Piacentini writes about thirteen years study of the Russian prison system

Issue No: 14
Cover - Yellow

From the USA
JR 101
WHEN TO FORGIVE

Avery Cardinal Dulles considers the importance of forgiveness.

From England
JR 102
CARETAKERS OF PUNISHMENT - PRISON OFFICER PERSONAL AUTHORITY AND THE RULE OF LAW

David Scott views prison officers' authority historically, legally and socially.

From New Zealand
JR 103
A PROPHET OF GOD'S JUSTICE - RECLAIMING THE POLITICAL JESUS

Christopher Marshall interprets Jesus' vision for our society.

From England
JR 104
THE KINGDOM OF GOD IS NOW OR NEVER

Timothy Radcliffe offers hope in the face of terror.

From New Zealand
JR 105
PENAL POPULISM - INFLUENTIAL BUT NOT INEVITABLE

John Pratt comments on the worldwide trend to increase imprisonment.

From England
JR 106
BEATITUDES BEHIND BARS - FAITH BASED THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITIES IN PRISONS

Jonathan Burnside reviews faith based units in prisons.

From the USA
JR 107
SOME ELEMENTS OF A PRISON THEOLOGY

Pierre Raphael writes about his work as a chaplain in Rikers Island, New York.

From England
JR 108
CONJUGAL VISITS

John Croft reviews afresh the sustaining of relationships during imprisonment.

 

Issue No: 15
Cover - Green

From England
JR 109
CRIMINAL JUSTICE - BUILDING RESPONSIBILITY

Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, speaks on 25th Anniversary of the Prison Reform Trust.

From England
JR 110
I BID YOU, FIND FRIENDS AMONG THE DEMONISED AND DEHUMANISED

John Sentamu's sermon at his inauguration as Archbishop of York on 30 November 2005.

From England
JR 111
A CHRISTIAN APPROACH TO PUNISHMENT

Alan Duce examines the darkness of imprisonment through the insights of religious faith.

From England
JR 112
TRIBUTE TO UNA PADEL

Tony Pearson, Chairman of Centre for Crime and Justice Studies Council , remembers Una Padel, Director of CCJS, who died in August 2006.

From England
JR 113
THE STATE OF PRISONS IN ENGLAND AND WALES AS SEEN BY JOHN HOWARD IN 1777

Terry Nowell writes on John Howard's findings.

From England
JR 114
THE STATE OF PRISONS IN ENGLAND AND WALES
Anne Owers, HM Chief Inspector of Prisons, speaks at the Centre's Annual General Meeting in December 2005

From Canada
JR 115
A NEW PARADIGM OF JUSTICE
Wayne Northey writes of the Victim Offender Reconciliation Project of the Mennonite Central Committee, Kitchener, Ontario.

From the USA
JR 116
THE COLLATERAL CONSEQUENCES OF MASS IMPRISONMENT IN THE USA
Helen Codd asks whether this is a cautionary tale or a vision of the future.

Issue No: 16
Cover - Salmon

From England
JR 117
ISSUES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE - MURDER
Lord Phillips speaks to the School of Law in Birmingham about the law of murder

From England
JR 118
THEMES OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE
FOUND IN THE STORY OF ZACCHAEUS

Cherie Booth examines restorative justice in this Lenten Talk

From Canada
JR 119
THE CROSS: GOD'S PEACE WORK -
TOWARDS A RESTORATIVE PEACEMAKING
UNDERSTANDING OF THE ATONEMENT

Wayne Northey gives an understanding of the Atonement rooted in restorative justice

From England
JR 120
CRIMINAL POLICY IN A CHANGING SOCIETY
John Croft writes about the changing face of criminal policy

From the USA
JR 121
"JUSTICE, JUSTICE, THOU SHALT PURSUE":
DIVINE AND HUMAN JUSTICE
IN A CORRECTIONAL CONTEXT

Jens Soering writes from prison on retribution and restoration

From England
JR 122
FROM CONSENT TO COMPLIANCE
Malcolm Lacey uses the centenary of the Probation Service to examine the role of the Probation Officer

From England
JR 123
JUST COMMUNITIES - KEEPING CRIME AT BAY ?
Mike Nash examines competing notion of community in recent government legislation

From England
JR 124
REMEMBERING THOSE IN LINCOLN'S PRISONS
1774-1872

Terry Nowell charts Lincoln prison between John Howard's visit in 1774 and the then new prison opening in 1872

Issue No: 17
Cover - Pink

From England
JR 125
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE: WHAT'S THAT THEN ?
Debra Clothier from the Restorative Justice Consortium sets out the case for Restorative Justice

From Canada
JR 126
IS THERE A PLACE FOR DREAMING? : RESTORATIVE JUSTICE AND INTERNATIONAL STATE CONFLICT
Wayne Northey argues the case for Restorative Justice as a peacemaking response to international state conflict

From England
JR 127
ON BEING INNOCENT:
PROFESSIONAL AND OTHER RESPONSES

Robert Shaw writes about his experience of being found innocent and responses from others

From Canada
JR 128
JUST DESERTS or SHALOM
Henk Smidstra describes the impact of faith on the criminal justice system

From Canada
JR 129
EDUCATION IN PRISON:
THE EDUCATION OF A FELON BECOMING A HUMAN BEING

Rod Carter charts the impact of education in prison on the future course of his life

From England
JR 130
FROM RETRIBUTION TO RESTORATION:
A NEW MODEL FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Martin Wright, in 1987, describes the new thinking of Restorative Justice in an insightful way

Issue No: 18
Cover - Purple

From England
JR 131
WHY LONG PRISON SENTENCES ARE FUTILE
Robert Shaw questions the value of long terms spent in prison

From the U.S.A.
JR 132
CORRECTIONAL CAPITALISM IN THE "LAND OF THE FREE"
Jens Soering explores the profit motive in America's prisons

From England
JR 133
KEEPING THE LID ON

John Croft discusses the role of the criminal justice system as it struggles to control crime

From Canada
JR 134
"A GREAT IRONY OF HISTORY": THE CROSS AND PEACE
Wayne Northey takes us on an exploration of the the nonviolent cross of Jesus

From England
JR 135
THE SALVATION OF SOULS:
IS THIS THE PURPOSE OF CANON LAW ?

Malcolm Bowman writes on the value and purpose of Canon Law

From Australia & USA
JR 136
THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE: SOME CRITICAL REFLECTIONS

Kathleen Daly and Russ Immarigeon give an early evaluation of restorative justice

From Canada
JR 137
SCRIPTURAL BASES OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE. THE PROMISE OF A NEW COVENANT

Rod Carter takes us on a journey through the biblical foundations of restorative justice

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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