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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.

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should not be construed as an endorsement
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Issue No: 25

Cover - Blue


From England
JUSTICE REFLECTIONS AND THE SIXTH WORLDWIDE CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL PRISON CHAPLAINS’ ASSOCIATION.
Pippa Duce & Keith Jobling give a brief insight into the conference and our participation.

From Russia
JR175
PRISON MINISTRY IN THE RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH

Fr Oleg Skomorokh reflects on Prison Ministry in the Russian Orthodox Church

From Peru
JR176
SOURCES OF INJUSTICE IN OUR PRISON MINISTRY AND SOME WAYS TO COPE WITH THEM

Bruno Van der Maat, a lay chaplain from Peru, challenges injustices in prison ministry

From England
JR177
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE
Peter Morell reflects on the theme after years as a barrister and judge, and now an Anglican priest

From the USA
JR178
THE COLOR OF CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
- A Response to Glenn C. Loury
Jens Soering responds to Professor Glenn Loury's query about the number of Americans in prison

From England
JR179
CONTEMPORARY PROBATION IN EUROPE: SOME REFLECTIONS
Rob Canton considers the role of Probation across Europe when he attended the Strasbourg Conference in 2008

From Canada
JR180
INTERACTIONS WITH REASON, FAITH, AND REVOLUTION: REFLECTIONS ON THE GOD DEBATE, REVIEW - Part 2 of 3
The second part of Wayne Northey’s critique of Terry Eagleton's writing

Issue No: 26
Cover - Salmon


From England
JR181
NOT JUST A DOG-COLLAR
(Reflections on 10 years of chaplaincy work in HMP Camp Hill 1999 to 2009)
John Honeychurch looks back on 10 years in prison chaplaincy

From the USA
JR182 - JUSTICE: THE RESTORATIVE VISION - 1
JUSTICE: STUMBLING TOWARD A RESTORATIVE IDEAL

Howard Zehr one of the "Founding Fathers" of Restorative Justice, givers further insights in to the concept.

From the USA
JR183 - JUSTICE: THE RESTORATIVE VISION - 2 PURSUING A RESTORATIVE VISION OF JUSTICE
Daniel W. Van Ness adds his contribution to the early vision of how Restorative Justice could changes penal policy.

From the USA
JR184 - JUSTICE: THE RESTORATIVE VISION - 3
ALTERNATIVE VISIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF CONTEMPORARY REALITIES

M. Kay Harris completes the trilogy of early understanding of Restorative Justice and its outworkings.

From Australia
JR185
IN THE NAME OF MERCY: A MEDITATIVE EXPLORATION
Terry Veling writes on the relationship between justice and mercy

From Canada
JR186 - INTERACTIONS WITH REASON, FAITH, AND REVOLUTION: REFLECTIONS ON THE GOD DEBATE, REVIEW - Part 2 of 3
The final part of Wayne Northey’s critique of Terry Eagleton's writing

Issue No: 27
Cover - Green


From the USA
JR187
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ITS AFTERMATH

Marie Marshall Fortune  makes a helpful exploration of this disturbing area of modern life

From England
JR188
THE DENIAL OF LIBERTY

The lecture given recently by Terry Waite at Lincoln Cathedral in the “Magna Carta” Series

From the USA
JR189
THE CASE OF DOSTOEVSKY'S GENERAL: SOME RUMINATIONS ON FORGIVING THE UNFORGIVABLE

Finding forgiveness is at the art of restorative justice, and Jeffrie Murphy takes us further along this thought path

From England
JR190
THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON PRISONERS IN LINCOLN CASTLE IN 1812

Terry Nowell  explores the comparison of how things were dealt with in 1812, and gives a pointer to today's prison conditions

From The Netherlands
JR191
LAND OF NOD OR LAND OF NOT? GENESIS 4:1-16 AND AGAMBEN'S HOMO SACER

Ryan van Eijk makes an enlightening exploration of jealousy and its consequences

From England
JR192
THE RISE OF LEGALISM OR WHY THE ENGLISH PRISON POPULATION SOARED

As the subject of the prison population hits the headlines once more, Robert Shaw makes a timely argument of some of the factors that lie behind the numbers

Issue No: 28
Cover - Yellow


From England
JR 193
LET JUSTICE ROLL DOWN LIKE WATERS: COMMUNITY CHAPLAINCY, THE BIG SOCIETY, AND REHABILITATION REVOLUTION

Philip Whitehead applies the Big Society project to the criminal justice system with interesting results.

From Austria
JR 194
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF RELIGIOUS ASSISTANCE IN PRISONS

Michael Platzer explores the increasing migration of different religious groups, and the fear of militant Islam coupled with the rise of terrorism.

From the USA
JR195
PRIVATE PRISONS, PUBLIC FUNCTIONS, AND THE MEANING OF PUNISHMENT

Mary Sigler looks at private prisons from the perspective of the meaning of punishment.

From the USA
JR196
HOW PROFIT FUELS AMERICA'S PRISON INDUSTRY AND KEEPS OUR CITIZENS IN CAPTIVITY

Jens Soering writes about the profit motive in the running of American prisons.

From England
JR197
MIND THE GAP

John Croft asks why there is such a gap between the evidence of reasearch and the implementation of policy.

From the USA
JR198
COMMUNITY IS NOT A PLACE: A NEW LOOK AT COMMUNITY JUSTICE INITIATIVES

Paul McCold and Benjamin Wachtel evaluate community justice initiatives.

Issue No: 29
Cover - Pink


From England
JR199
FREEDOM:
Perspectives from Prison and beyond in the writings of Dostoevsky
Dr Robin Pagan distills 10 years of studying this challenging writer

From the USA
JR200
JUST DESERTS, PRISON RAPE, AND THE PLEASING FICTION OF GUIDELINE SENTENCING

Mary Sigler comments on this issue in America, but her work has wider significance

From Tanzania
JR201
MERCY AND LAW AND ORDER

Fr Vic Missiaen writes out of his experience of Tanzanian prisons on the roles of love and forgiveness in that context

From the USA
JR202
LEGAL MORALISM AND RETRIBUTION REVISITED

Jeffrie Murphy argues for a fresh understanding of retribution as a theory of criminal punishment

From England
JR203
DOES RESTORATIVE JUSTICE NEED A NEW THEOLOGY OF FORGIVENESS?

Robert Shaw explores forgiveness, from his own experience of the prison system

From the USA
JR204
NEW AND SUBTLE FORMS OF PREJUDICE.
Can Senator Joe Biden's New Justice Integrity Act Succeed?
Jens Soering explains the Justice Integrity Act in American prisons as an insider

Issue No: 30
Cover - Purple

From England
JR205
MAGNA CARTA AND THE RULE OF LAW
Lord Tom McNally delivers the 2011 Magna Carta Lecture in Lincoln Cathedral

From Russia
JR206
INTERDENOMINATIONAL COOPERATION IN PRISON MINISTRY IN THE COUNTRIES OF EASTERN EUROPE AND CENTRAL ASIA: ACHIEVEMENTS AND CHALLENGES
Oleg Skomorokh takes a broad sweep of Prison Ministry in parts of Europe and Asia.

From England
JR207
SENTENCING PARENTS - SENTENCING THEIR CHILDREN?

Sue King argues that the rights of children are ignored when their parents are sent to prison

From Canada
JR208
WAR AND HELL

Wayne Northey tackles these two big subjects in one paper.

From England
JR209
THE CASE OF DOSTOEVSKY'S GENERAL: SOME RUMINATIONS ON UNDERSTANDING THE UNDERSTANDABLE

Jim Platts takes Jeffrie Murphy to task for his recent paper on the subject

From England
JR210
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE, POLICING AND THE BIG SOCIETY

Nick Herbert, Minister for Policing and Criminal Justice, speaks at a joint Police, Restorative Justice and the Big Society Conference last year

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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