Restorative Justice Collection
Napier Libraries holds the collection of Restorative Justice items known as the John Robson Collection. This collection is hosted on behalf of the Napier Pilot City Trust / Tō Mātou Taiwhenua Kōkiri o Mataruahau.
Their Motto: Napier Develops Communities not Prisons
The John Robson Collection includes items relating to criminal, social and restorative justice. Having being developed as a community initiative by Napier Pilot City Trust, it relies on donations from the community and around the world.
Please look at a copy of the Prospectus. We appreciate donations to this resource to ensure its ongoing development.
The collection is now entirely available for lending and is housed on the first floor in the library.
You may also be interested in the Judge McElrea Collection.
You can also access the following papers on Restorative Justice through Napier Libraries:
Paper By Judge S A Thorburn
A paper for the International Symposium on:
LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM
Peoples Republic of China
19-20 August 2005
- Observing the application of Restorative Justice in courts of New Zealand
- Summary of observations showing features of Restorative Justice emerging from decisions of the Courts
Paper by Dr Guillermo Kerber
International Affairs, Peace and Human Security
World Council of Churches:-
Courtesy of Dr Kerber and The Ecumenical Review